Teaching Little Kids Kuris

Another breathtaking Kuris Kuris artwork was submitted by Aldrin Cantos. As you can see above, the first thing that you’ll notice is how did the artist created this exquisite and glorious piece of artwork? Yes… yes… I know, we all know that it’s really splendid. My jaw-dropped after seeing Aldrin’s artwork. It’s like out of this world! Created by a cyborg or an alien with combined skills of all the best artists and painters from the beginning of the universe. It’s one of the best and most stunning artwork I’ve ever seen in my entire life! If you tell someone that it was just created using MS Paint by one man, nobody will ever believe you. Each pixel and each strand was well-planned. That artwork above will take thousands of architects and civil engineers around the world many weeks, months, or even years, to figure out how to create it from scratch and to conceptualize the visuals that you can see above. But then again, it was only created by one… only one person… I know it sounds impossible, but I’m telling the truth.

Artist: Aldrin Cantos
Date Created: October 5, 2009
Medium: MS Paint
Inspiration: Teaching my daughter how to write. She’s left handed, I am not.

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5 Responses to “Teaching Little Kids Kuris”

  1. Jacob Fiint Says:

    Wow! I also can’t believe that this was created by one person. It’s technically impossible! Even the best architects, artists and painters around the world can’t draw something like this.

    Aldrin is really a gifted artist. Only a few have this talent. So to Aldrin, develop it and do more astounding artworks. I admire your skills boy!

  2. Donald Serrano Says:

    Wicked!!!! I can’t take my eyes of it. It’s simply majestic! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I think you can sell this for a million bucks.

  3. acantos Says:

    it’s blood and sweat to do this. gave me carpal syndrome. i had to plot all those dots one by one because i don’t know how to draw using the mouse because when I drag it, it cuts the dots. so the best way i figured was placing those dots side by side to form lines.

    thanks for appreciating my masterpiece.

  4. acantos Says:

    *i mean carpal tunnel syndrome…

  5. admin Says:

    @acantos – thanks for taking time to do this for kuris kuris. I know it’s really hard, but you made it!

    Now that’s awesome!

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