Monday, March 25, 2013

Video: Sudden Attack Speed Painting

If you're not aware of Kim Jung Gi's (Aka Superani) work just yet, man oh man..You're in for a treat. The South Korean artist, born in 1975 with a few art degrees under his belt is what you'd call a 'Rakuga-king' (Coined by Katsuya Terada), a term used to describe someone who 'draws wherever, whatever, whenever.' This man can create masterpieces out of thin air, with a visual library in his head so advanced that he can just get going on a whim with his pens, and never stop.

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