WHAT IS 3D RESIN PAINTING ?
The stunning three-dimensional paintings were created by layers of resin and paint to create depth.
Amazing 3D layered painting of goldfish were originated by Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori in 2011.
With gleaming scales and beautiful movement, these fish look like they could be plucked straight out of the water. A bucket seems to be filled with fast-moving goldfish rests in shallow water. However, it is only on closure inspection that it becomes clear that these are a clever optical illusions.
The painstaking process sees the artist begin with a thin layer of resin, which he then paints fish onto using acrylic.
Gradually, layer by layer, more details are added to bring the animals to life and create the optical illusion. On top of the sandwiched layers of resin are drawn animals before allowing the resin to settle and pouring another layer on top.