DentalArt

Community
2017-05-19

In order to improve my skills and for understanding better the anatomy of a tooth – I began to draw. In the beginning it was a sheet of paper and a pencil. After a canvas and acrylic colors, the sizes became bigger, the pictures became more complicated and interesting. A new world opened for me because of the photos of our wonderful photographers. What looked usual and plain was presented in a completely new light. Dear Colleagues, I want to share this world with you using art, and representing on canvas what impressed me much. I want to try to make you fell the emotions which are overfilling me. This is a kind of dialogue without words, just emotions and thoughts. It is a mix of Art and Work. Hope you enjoy it.

Fig. 1

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Renato Ferreira

Fig. 2

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Dino Li

Fig. 3

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Lazar dan

Fig. 4

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Viktor Scherbakov

Fig. 5

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Viktor Scherbakov

Fig. 6

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 40*50 cm

Original picture by Felipe Villa Verde

Fig. 7

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Krzysztof Chmielewski

Fig. 8

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Samir Karimov

Fig. 9

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 40*50 cm

Original picture by Carlos Ayala Paz

Fig. 10

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Viktor Scherbakov

Fig. 11

Date of creation: 2017

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Melih Sengul

Fig. 12

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Fernando Rey

Fig. 13

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Dino Li

Fig. 14

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 50*70 cm

Original picture by Elena Pachina

Fig. 15

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 30*40 cm

Original picture by Melih Sengul

Fig. 16

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 30*40 cm

Original picture by Melih Sengul

Fig. 17

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 30*40 cm

Original picture by Gregorio Quezada

Fig. 18

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 30*40 cm

Original picture by Maksim Minyaylo

Fig. 19

Date of creation: 2016

Medium: acrylic painting on canvas

Size: 30*40 cm

Original picture by Krzysztof Chmielewski

Fig. 20

Date of creation: 2016
Medium: acrylic painting on canvas
Size: 30*40 cm

Original picture by Maksim Offo

Fig. 21

Date of creation: 2016 Medium: acrylic painting on canvas
Size: 30*40 cm

Original picture by Dino Li

Fig. 22

Date of creation: 2017 Medium: acrylic painting on canvas Size: 50*70 cm Author of original photo: Hussan Bazarah

 

By improving drawing and painting skills one can understand the anatomy of the tooth better. This helps in recreating the right tooth morphology.
“A blank canvas … has unlimited possibilities.”