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The making of my 3D painting in Dun Laoghaire

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Sweet dreams are made of this…. I travel the world and the seven seas. Everybody is looking for something …Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams

I’m definitely looking for feedback from my audience. Only then is painting really fun. Watch my fingers, yes! Bit out or leave a praise. My picture grows with every saying or even the most shy look.

All my pictures are gone – weathered by rain or snow, burned by the sun.

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The waterfall

The Waterfall

The Prairie Arts Festival in Moose Jaw (Canada -Saskatchewan) was the occasion for my first large scale 3D street painting. At 280m², it was the first entry of an anamorphic streetscape in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2007. I haven’t been interested in records for a long time, but in the early days of 3D street painting,

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The Crevasse

The making of my 3D painting in Dun Laoghaire

Some requests are special.
“Good afternoon Mr. Müller, would you like to paint our harbor?”
What a question. Less than two months later, I’m standing on the pier in Dun Laoghaire, planning the first steps for my second large-scale 3D street painting.
The occasion is the Festival Of World Culture. Artists from all over the world who are not exactly mainstream meet here.

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The cave in London

The Cave in London

Earlier this year, a mild earthquake revealed a mysterious cave in London.
Initial research by scientists has shown that the cave is over 10 million years old, but should not exist in this place.
Aside from its unusual geographical location, “The Cave in London” holds a secret.

A green light shines from the depth of the lake in the cave.

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The Lava Stream

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I really wanted to paint lava and best of all over a whole street. Gerd Lange, former director of the international festival of street painters in Geldern, enabled me to paint my third large-scale 3D street painting on the Gelderner Straße. Here, too, we had to deal with rain. However, not as extreme as in Dun Laoghaire.

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Each project is unique and rarely kind. Something always happens. I paint in public places usually very large images on the street or in pedestrian areas.
Surprises are not long in coming. “Young man, do you have a permit for that?” “Is the man allowed to do that?” Rarely, however, there is trouble. On the contrary, after I explain that I am painting a 3D street scene on the floor, curiosity is then often very high and people come back later to see how far the picture is painted.

It is not only the encounters and the image idea that make each project something new. Is the floor good to paint? What will the weather be like? Where can I buy paint and material?
What happens on a project. Enjoy reading.

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The Lavaburst – day 1

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I’ve got my work cut out for me!
The start is difficult and full of stumbling blocks. The floor soaks up the paint like a sponge, the manhole has to be in the picture, and the normal stream of passers-by flows to the right and left of the picture.

In addition,

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The Lavaburst- Day 2

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The time lapse

The making of my 3D painting in Dun Laoghaire

From my first 3D image in Canada, I had the desire to document the project with photos. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the right camera yet. Here I placed my Canon 5D MarkII on a tripod, made the whole thing as tight as possible and set the camera’s automatic to interval shooting. Every minute there was a photo,

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Day 3

The making of my 3D painting in Dun Laoghaire
7 August, 2022

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Things are going well

The making of my 3D painting in Dun Laoghaire

What if it rains? The paint is far from dry. And the sky looks gloomy. Just in case, I ahbe foil and old sheets to stop the water then.

 

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A good friend visiting

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Some visitors come unexpectedly. All the nicer when it’s a good friend. I always forget his last name..Lava something …. We’ve known each other forever. He is very influential and with his endless network of contacts he makes everything possible. Some projects of mine goes to his account.

However, his character is,