Unbelievably Realistic Microsoft Paint Art : Santa Claus Speed Painting Time Lapse

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Time lapse speed painting of Santa Claus using Microsoft Paint. Nearly 50 hours of drawing compressed into a couple of minutes.

Merry Christmas.

This is the sequel to the early viral video: How to draw the Mona Lisa with MS Paint.

The black and white portion of the video was made with old school paint tools.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4YC4JI-0ko


Made with a Windows 7 laptop, Wacom Intuous Tablet, HD Television, and VLC media player. Total time: 48 hour of screen capture and bunch of hours wondering how to do this while staring.

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