How to paint the Mona Lisa with MS Paint

February 22, 2008 | By | 3 Replies More

Just one word – fabulous.

The first time I watched the video I thought, “What can you expect from a picture drawn with MS Paint?” But watch how it unfolds.

Other works of his that I also like: here or my personal choice for president. Or check out the videos where he paints with ketchup and french fries or chocolate syrup and a spoon. I also need to check out the videos where he teaches how to draw.


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I studied Horticulture, so officially I’m an agricultural engineer, but I’m doing something completely different at the moment. I want to get back into this field though.

“Projektleiterin” is German and means project leader. My mom sometimes calls me like this for fun, because as a kid I used to start many many knitting projects very enthusiastically and then had trouble finishing them. On my knitting blog you can see proof that I’m now a much better person than I used to be. :D It may sound funny to those who don’t knit, but while knitting is certainly a creative and pleasurable activity, it also teaches you perseverance and discipline. I’m also an extreme sucker for compliments on my knitting, so don’t hold back! :D

I’m never really sure what to tell people when they ask me where I’m from. Usually I say, “I grew up in Germany, but originally I’m from Asia.”

I think I’m quite conservative at heart, but liberal by choice.

Oh, and be a bit forgiving if you read my posts – English is not my native language.

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  1. Erich Vieth says:

    Bravo! That's incredible. I had no idea that you could push MS Paint that far.

  2. Erich Vieth says:

    I did also enjoy the food drawings. I poked around on Youtube and found this BBQ sauce drawing:

    There's no more use blaming one's poor drawings on the claim that you didn't have use of the world's finest drawing materials.

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