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Mural Painted in Day Nursery London

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This time I am painting the murals in one of London’s Day Nursery. There will be 3 thematic rooms: Baby Dolphin, Little Lamb and a Big Panda.

The murals will be in all those three rooms. I will be painting some education-related patters outside as well and some clouds and sky on the ceiling.

Today I have been painting the wall in Baby Dolphin room.

Day 2

Murals in the Baby dolphins have been finished. The paintings can be seen on two walls.

Day 3

Today, I’ve finished painting the murals in Big Pandas room. The painting covers only one, but the whole wall.

Day 4 – 5

Murals in all three rooms have been painted. As the third one I painted Little Lambs room. Here the Murals can be admired on two walls.

I only need to paint the balloons and numbers outside on the brick and some clouds on the ceiling.

Hand Painted Avengers Wall Mural

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My latest hand-painted mural shows the characters from Avengers. I painted the mural on a brick wall in a private house in London.
On the wall I painted Black Panther, Thor, Iron man, Captain America, Hulk and Spider Man.
This how the room of 14-year-old Qaisara and 9-year-old Aaliya looks like. I started my work with making the outline.
When the sketch was ready, I started paiting the background. First, I started with an airbrush and then finished with a sponge.
When I painted the whole wall with a sponge, I started shading the background with an airbrush. Then I added Thor’s hammer lightning and glows.
Painting the characters I started with Thor.
The second was Black Panther, then Iron man and all favourite characters of Qaisar and Aaliy.

Finally, I added some glow to all characters and refined the details. You can see the final result below.

Hand Painted Murals in Faith Corridor London

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This time I’m painting murals in the Imigration Removal Center in London.
The paintings will cover the walls of the faith corridor, where different religion worship rooms are placed.
First day of painting is over. I started with the mosque, as it is at the very end of the corridor.
I’ve been painting only a few hours, but you can already see how it will look like in the picture below. Tomorrow I’ll post something more and at the end I’ll share with you a video depicting the whole process of creation.
See you soon.

Second day of painting went quite well. Everything goes with the plan and the mural gets some colour. The Mosque is the first in the faith corridor. There is also a Church and a Chapel, a Hindu Temple and the Buddist Temple.

Hand-painted Mosque, according to the plan, should be finished tomorrow.

It’s been the third day of painting.
Hand-painted Mosque is almost ready.
I only need a few hours to finish the details.
Tomorrow I’ll be painting the Hindu Temple, which is on the opposite wall. I’m planning to finish both wall within three days.

I devoted the fourth day to finish the Mosque, sketch the Hidu Temple and paint the background of the rest of the corridor. Tomorrow I will finish everything and then I will continue with the Hindu Temple. Next to it, there will be the Sikh Temple.

Day five of painting is over. Today I finished the background.
I used the paint spray gun to moderate the contrast between light and dark blue. That day I also painted with the brushed the clouds on both sides of the corridor.

Hand Painted Murals in Faith corridor London – Day 6

Today I have finished everything in this part of the corridor and started painting Sikh Temple. I was able to paint only a little because Sikh Temple and Hindu Temple have a lot of decorations, which is quite time and labour consuming.

Hand Painted Murals in Faith corridor London – Day 7

Just another day of painting passed. I’ve almost finished the Sikh Temple. One or two days more and I will be able to start painting the second part of the corridor ,in which I will be painting the Buddha, Jesus and the church.

Hand Painted Murals in Faith corridor London – Day 8

Today I finished the first part of the Faith corridor where the Mosque, Sikh Temple and Hindu temple are located.
Sikh and Hindu temples were quite labour and time consuming so it took me some time.
Tomorrow I will start painting the murals in the second part of the corridor with Buddha, Church and Jesus.

Another day of work completed. Today I painted the background at the Buddhist Temple. I need one more day to finish this wall before I start painting the church and Jesus.
Buddha – Hand painted mural in Faith Corridor during painting

Madagascar and Ice Age Mural in the dental clinic

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In the dentist’s clinic there are wall murals of cartoons, such as Ice Age and Madagascar. There are paintings for children that they would not feel so much stress during the visit to the dentist. Thanks to the murals decorating the walls and the ceiling above the dental chair, the youngest patients, but also the elderly, will be able to relax by watching their favorite cartoon characters. The paintings were made with airbrush technique, daler&rowney and createx paints and then coated with latex varnish to enhance the resistance to scrubbing and abrasion.

Painting 40m2 took me about a week and cost £1800.

Winnie the pooh mural London

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Painting the motifs of the Winnie the Pooh took me 5 days. Mrs Catrine from London wanted the colours not to be too vivid and therefore they are in delicate shades. I worked in a relaxed atmosphere created by very hospitable hosts. When I created this project I discussed the details with the owners on a regular basis; as the owners were not entirely sure where and what to paint. To cut the costs, the walls are not fully covered. They are made of delicate passages of the paintings, producing a nice final effect…

Tiger painted on the wall

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This is a mural on the wall in a bedroom of couple from Colchester. When painting that tiger on a violet-painted wall, first I had to paint white background under the mural to make the colours more vivid and clear. To paint this mural we needed 3 days. Its size is about 7m2. and cost £500.

FC Barcelona Mural

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This is a painting of two footballers and the FC Barcelona logo on a properly prepared background. The background was prepared with a sponge and then refined with airbrush, while the rest was painted from the beginning to the end with the airbrush. The visible sign, ‘me’s que un club’ is the motto of the Catalan team FC Barcelona and means ‘more than a club’. At the end, the painting was covered with satin varnish to protect it better and to emphasize the colour and the depth. Painting the murals on 8m2 walls took me exactly 2 days and cost £500.