This weekend I have sprayed a female Samurai street-art style at the Hall of Fame wall in Hengelo. A difficult job because of the symmetric elements and details of the Japanese combat uniform. I really like the Japanese ancient tradition and culture. In total the whole took me about 2 days. I am very happy with the result.
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Many thanks to Dimi aka Just, #dcloneworld
Samurai, preparing the wall for the first sketch and basic background fill-in.
Samurai, a short break after spraying the background with fat-cap.
Samurai, background completed with the fill-in and added the master sketch character.
Samurai, after the sketching the coloring has started.
Samurai, after focussing on the detailled coloring it is time for some laughter with the crew as well.
Samurai, once the coloring of her awesome combat uniform is done it's time for the hairs.
Samurai, I mostly use Montana Gold spray can's because they are low-pressure and good for fine details.
Dimitri aka Just (my partner in art) busy with coloring his Dimi piece.
Dimitri in full control to finnish the colors of his stained glass style artwork.
Dimi is ready, while I have to make some fog in the foreground of the samurai.