ARTIST Tests VIRAL Instagram ART Videos!

ARTIST Tests VIRAL Instagram ART Videos!

I’ve lost my place. Is it there? Have I got the lip? The upper lip? *Loud beep* Hello there! I bought two new studio lights because my other ones broke. They’re much better and brighter than my other ones which is awesome. The only problem is it feels like I’ve got the sun blazing in my face. IT’S SO HOT! So by far the most popular series on my channel is my “Artist Tests Instagram Art Hacks” videos. *pop! pop! pop!* Which I personally love making, I know you all seem to really enjoy them as well. But something that’s been brewing in my mind recently that I really wanted to make is something that I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone else make before, is where I go to Instagram and find the most viral incredible art videos that I can possibly find and try to recreate them – poorly! But I’m gonna try my best. There are so many cool videos on Instagram. There’s these insanely like, prodigy-type people who do these insane things that I really just don’t have an explanation for. Before I begin, I would just like that – You forgot to mention that this video is being sponsored. Just, don’t forget. The spons. Okay. Just letting you know! Today’s video is being kindly sponsored by Skillshare. I’ve actually got something really cool for you, if you’re an artist who’s looking to improve their work or get into character design, concept art, illustration, digital painting, vectoring, photography, business, design, I have a really good link in the description. You can get two months of free classes from Skillshare. There’s a sort of class I’d like to mention if you are trying to get into character design, it’s called “1930s Character Design: Illustrate Iconic Characters.” This is by the artist Jon Brommet and basically he teaches you how to create characters that look vintage and like, they’re from the 1930s, and it’s such a cool class! I’m absolutely loving it right now. And I think that you would really really like it too so if you want to check out his class or check out my classes, link in the description, we’ll let you take it for free alongside all the other classes. Skillshare has over 29,000 classes and I have used them for absolutely years and a lot of the fundamentals that I have used as a self-taught artist I have learned through Skillshare. Thank you Skillshare for sponsoring today’s video. This video is basically showing you how to make something look 3D when it’s just totally flat on the paper. I really don’t know how I’m supposed to achieve this personally because I feel like it looks like it would be more difficult than it appears, But I mean like, look at this! Look at this! Watch this. How? Like, how would you even know to do that in the first place? So looks difficult, but I’m gonna give it a go anyway. So they made a centerline, like this. This is some really cool like, effects. Maybe it’s just a simple thing. Like oh, yeah, you just do a little curve and that’s it. But something tells me that there’s more to it than that. Oh, it’s bleeding really bad on this paper, I probably shouldn’t use this then. I mean, I genuinely think I’m gonna have to redo this because there’s no way this is gonna look any good. So we’ll try again. Like, it obviously works if you get the angle exactly right. But how? *Background music* So if we smooth out our little shadow a little bit. Okay, that looks really bad, okay, that’s fabulous, well done Chloe. So part of the effect is to make it look like the rainbow is over the top of these lines, so… Do that. Wow, look at that super 3D rainbow! Looks fabulous but ooh, I nearly tricked you because if I roll this over it, it’s not 3D. Would you have known? More than likely. Okay, I’m very determined though that this next one is gonna work. Okay, so we have two somewhat jagged lines. Now we need to measure this. *Background music* Okay, it’s not perfect but I think it’s pretty close at this point. Okay, so this is sort of the angle that they’ve got and you know what, it actually does look 3D! I’m very impressed, considering it’s a very wobbly ladder and I did try to make it not wobbly, it does look sort of 3D so if I do this – And it – to be fair, it actually does look like it’s 3D on camera. Like, in person, it does not look 3D at all. But on camera it doesn’t look TOO horrendous. I mean, it’s not as good as theirs, but it looks quite good. *Electric fan blowing loudly* So this next one is for all of you out there that hate drawing hands. Um, I saw this first of all on Twitter go viral, and all of the replies were people attempting to do this. So they start off by drawing a really simple little nail. I mean, I would never draw a hand like this so I already know this is going to look terrible. And I’m not exactly the best at hands as it is. This one is slightly pointed up. *Background music* Okay, and then another one. *Continues* I bet his little fingers are gonna be the one that I mess up. *Continues* This is way too low down. But, it’s actually not as difficult as I thought. I mean, mine’s not as good as theirs clearly, but I think with a bit of practice you could definitely do a better job of that. This finger definitely doesn’t look right as it is, but um, that’s my hand. It doesn’t look like a claw… too much. So I’m happy enough with it, with a bit of practice I think it would look much better and I wouldn’t normally draw hands like this so um… that’s how that looks. So this video got 824,000 views on it. It’s basically a guy sat behind a canvas that’s literally getting painted with white splotches and you’re looking at it and you’re like, “What’s he actually doing?” Because it doesn’t look like it’s forming anything and then right at the end it’s a blooming masterpiece. Like, how amazing is this guy? He’s so talented. I’ve got my phone right here and what I’m gonna do is I’m gonna hide my face, but I’m gonna watch what he’s doing over here to see if I can try and recreate what he did. We both know I’m not going to but I want to give it a good go. I’m gonna start doing this. *Music continues* And we got a bit over here and then this bit connects over here, this is the nose. So we’re gonna do that. Um, I’ve lost my place. Is it there? So we’ve got the nose here and then we’ve got the lip, the upper lip. So we’ve got the forehead up here. That’s the forehead. The lid, a line for the eye, that’s the eye. That’s the bottom of the eye. And then this is all the cheek. That goes towards the nose. That’s the chin… I’m gonna just give it a bit of 3D to the chin and he’s like, touching the paint to like smear it. I can’t feel any – right, there’s the paint, so I’m gonna smear it a little bit. He’s done so I’m done. And now he’s turning it round… Tada! How does it – oh, okay. I’m not really sure… that’s supposed to be the nose, I think. And there’s the lip. But to be fair, I got the lip and the lower lip… and this is the eyeball. So it kinda looks like his right? *Music stops* So, that’s gonna get painted over. Okay, so this last one is incredibly cool. Basically, they’ve poured like, some paint onto a bit of paper and then they’re making bamboo out of it with like, a knife or a flat surface. It’s really really effective because it kind of gives it a shiny gradient. Like, I don’t know how you do that but it looks amazing so we’re gonna give it a go. Okay, so the closest that I have to a squirty bottle is the Apple Barrel paint so I’m gonna use this – nearly broke my, my skin, brilliant. I mean if I could get away without hurting myself today that would be fabulous – oh, perfect. I love how my hair’s just gradually gotten worse throughout this entire video! *laughs* Okay, so this clearly works but it’s just like a special technique to it that I personally do not know how to do. So he starts off by just *Music continues* putting like, a very thin line of paint like that. That’s gonna have to do. So he literally just… does that. *Music stops* *Knife scraping* Oh yeah, exactly the same, that is exactly the same as what he did, a hundred percent. I think if I had like a thinner stream… *Continues* I just can’t get that thin stream of line that I need. Maybe this one’s thin enough. Again no, I’m not getting that technique at all. This is so bad! Look at this! It’s like, splotches on the paper. No one would think that was bamboo. Okay, so I’m gonna try out this really thin bit here. I mean kind of, but not really. *Continues, stops* I can kind of see how he’s done it and it’s a cool idea. It’s a really cool idea. But mine just – it’s not look like that! So that’s everything for today. Thank you so incredibly much for watching this video, I hope that you enjoyed it. If you would like to see me do more videos like this in the future do let me know in the comments down below, give the video a like if you did like it, feel free to send me some videos if you see them on Instagram as well. My Instagram is @ArtofChloeRose, um, and yes, that’s everything for today. Thank you so much to Skillshare for sponsoring this video, make sure you check out the link in the description if you want those free classes, take care of yourselves and I will see you in the next video. *End music*

100 thoughts on “ARTIST Tests VIRAL Instagram ART Videos!

  1. A lot of comments have been saying I shouldn’t put myself down or self deprecate with the little words popping up here and there throughout the video – I wasn’t! It was just to add a bit of silliness and have some fun to make it a little bit more snippy and interesting as opposed to just a lengthy clip that can get boring 🙂

  2. What I would LOVE to see is you actually prepare for your videos. Every single video you know you need certain supplies but can't be bothered to actually get those supplies.

  3. Self-deprecating humor is best humor. Sounds like people are just projecting their own issues onto you which is the sad part. Joke police are the worst. Can we all just relax a bit and stop reading into things.

  4. he paints upside down cause the person being painted it on the back of the canvas right side up so he can make it look good

  5. Please try out the new ohuhu dual tip brush-chisel markers!

    They are currently out of stock but will be back in stock sometime in july. PS if you are curious when they will restock it says somewhere here on the ohuhu website-

  6. That upside down white on black when you finished and flipped it it looks like a firefighter to me

  7. 1. Your 3D rainbow was not half bad!! You’re so hard on yourself!! 😂 2. I LOVE YOUR MANICURE CHLOE

  8. For the bamboo one, I think it’s the part of the knife you used. Maybe if you used more of a curved part of the knife it would work better.

  9. 1:02 I jumped and almost peed myself. Don't do that again, please!!! xD (Just kidding i freakin loved this bit and replayed it like… fifty times)

  10. Where is your 1 M subs !!! ( you Diserve 1 M subs But you dont HAVE 1 M subs S-o i Said where îs your 1 M subs you diserve

  11. Aww Chloe your actually really pretty. And your hair isn’t too bad! It doesn’t look too much like tarantula legs.
    At least mine is worse. It looks like something died on it.

  12. Check out the documentary Tim's Vermeer! He does this amazing photorealism using a mirror. I think it'd make a cool video to attempt to do.

  13. I love your new lighting setup! In some of your other videos it was so hard to see any details of what you were doing because it seemed very overexposed 🙂

  14. I think the person who did the bamboo art was probably using ink paint not acrylic and a rounded backed knife (the non-sharp edge). Other than that, good try!

  15. I'm italian girl and i think i'm learning english only thanks to your trying videos, i love it (i hope i write it good)

  16. Your doing the bamboo technique a bit wrong you don’t lift up your hand and you need to put it at an angle
    No hate

  17. in the bamboo one, the tool looks very different from what Chloe is using. That one has a bigger point in the region where the shiny white of the bamboo is (it is actually a palette knife). Chloe is using a rounded edge and that too at the point. Moreover, I think the IG person is using ink and not paint. SO that might help too.

  18. I thought your first time at doing bamboo like that wasn't bad. I won't talk about the white on black painting, I'd probably not get it right looking at it as I was doing it lol

  19. The reason the bamboo doesn't look right is because you make the pieces of the bamboo Too Short they should be longer and not the exact same size🤗

  20. "evil" Chloe's asides are the part that really crack me up. She's so judgemental of you "not evil"Chloe. You might wanna find someone else to edit your videos.

  21. 8:44 “I love how my hair just got worse throughout the video”
    Shirt: “villain hair don’t care”
    Me: is this scripted😆

  22. Maybe a smaller tool with a rounded middle might work for the bamboo? Dunno, just a tip coz doing it with the tip of a knife like that seems hard to get consistent results

  23. Redo a bamboo one but with a knife with more roundedcurved tip :0 U kind of used the very end of the knife to 'scratch' the paper when it should be a piece closer to the middle.. if that makes sense…
    Also it looks like one of those street artists that can make a piece in 2 min.. I'm always amazed by techniques like these… Like it's so easy and so pretty and expressive at the same time?? And it looks like magic?? I'm love

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