Since he began making craftsmanship at five years old, Mexican craftsman Cristiam Ramos has been captivated by utilizing non-conventional materials to make his representations and scenes, including confection and old jars. Today, the 34-year-old craftsman now lives in Orlando, Florida, and is best known for his VIP representations, and has made strikingly point by point pictures of pop symbols utilizing confection. Maybe as amends for the sugary fling, he’s of late swung to an alternate material to make his work: toothpaste.
The works of art are extensive and comprise of numerous layers; the layering offers Ramos some assistance with creating the shading tones he needs, as toothpaste simply doesn’t come in a few shades. He utilizes his fingers to apply it, however for little subtle elements, he will utilize a (paint)brush. Furthermore, the work is not without trouble. First off, toothpaste is exceptionally sticky and dries rapidly, making it important to work quick. The odor is additionally something Ramos needs to content with. He spends around 200 hours and utilizations around 30 containers of toothpaste for one painting, which is a great deal of menthol.
In the video, Ramos is chipping away at his latest creation, a representation of the late Robin Williams. He wants to offer theis piece at closeout and give the returns to associations supporting those with sorrow. You can likewise see some of his method, for example, how he applies the toothpaste and blends them to make new hues.