Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Painter Works Fast

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A speedy artist in San Diego can complete a masterpiece in a matter of seconds.

Brandon Mcconnell proves that great art doesn’t take a lot of time by creating detailed works in mere seconds using only spray paint.

His paintings feature nature scenes, complete with trees and elaborate animals, which he displays on the streets to amazed onlookers.

Most of his works take between one and five minutes to make, though he once painted an entire piece in only 39 seconds.

To turn a blank canvas into art faster than a speeding bullet, Mcconnell keeps all his spray paints and supplies placed in a certain order within arm’s reach because, “Looking for something means seconds are wasted.”

Still, it’s taken lots of practice to get his technique down to a high-speed science.

Though he doesn’t do it often, Mcconnell has had a paint race with another speed painter before and came out victorious.

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