Time-Lapse of Giant Thundercats Action Figures Oil Painting

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Artist Robert Burden has made a name for himself by creating large paintings of old action figures. He also makes time-lapse videos of the entire process, which as we all know, is a form of video the Internet appreciates. His new piece features the ’80s Thundercats in a very large, very pretty oil painting. The piece, called “Soliders of Thundera,” measures in at 6 feet by 11 feet unframed, and took Burden about 1,000 hours of work spread over 7 months. Read on below to watch the time-lapse video of the creation of the piece, and also so you can be amazed at the things painters know to add to paintings.

(Robert Burden via Topless Robot)

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