字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 abstract art has a place in this world. Stone hidden among us is a really artist. It's your job to find out who it is. Well, competing three rounds of challenges before we reveal the truth. Can you figure it out? I've been doing the art all my life since I was a little kid. I knew that I wanted to be a painter for the rest of my life. So I've bean practicing and getting better since I was in kindergarten. I've always loved art. I grew up in, like, a little town. So there weren't that many, um, artistic program. So a lot of it was to work with what you have, and I would just pain. I would just pain in my room. My walls were painted. My parents couldn't control it like I moved from the campuses to the whole wall. I've been drawing and painting since before I could remember even talking or walking. But as a young professional, I've been practicing art for 10 years. I became passionate about art from a very young age. I used to draw all over the walls, my desk, any piece of paper that could find I actually stained my mother's coffee table with a bunch of permanent markers all in pink, because, of course, and I decided to make it my profession. You're about to see me compete in these next three challenges. You're gonna find that on the real artist here trying to find it. I'm gonna try the head first. Start with my uh huh eyebrows that I have some eyebrows somewhere, maybe a nose, a mouth, hair there. My live. Hopefully this. These are my lips. I don't We can get any farther from there, like maybe a body. I don't know if it looks like my beard, but it felt like it. And here probably aren't even attached honestly at this point. Breath, Uh, and some hair over here? No, too much anymore. And I think it looks a little bit like me, But let's actually open my eyes and see if I feel that. Okay, you know what? It's abstract. Will I stand by it? That's not that bad. I thought it was gonna be a lot worse. Is it an improvement? My five heads gone, but now it appears that mawr it's just moved places. And I think that abstract art has a place in this world. Still, uh, which colors would you mix to make this shade of purple? I'm gay. I should know this. Um, I wanna make purple. The shade is pree bright. The brightest, two colors. Nice. Okay, which one of these makes orange? Now, you'd think that this would be obvious, but now I'm not so sure. I feel in there a lot of pressure. Okay, That one that would rise up. Which one of you makes green? It's not really so. This is like a really lime green. So this hot blue is speaking to me. I'm gonna get it wrong on by the middle one. Okay. Okay. Good. Okay, I'm back. Come back down. Which one of these makes pink? If I get this one wrong, I'm in trouble. Uh, this pink is like a rose, So not so orange. I think I think it's gonna be more red. Mm. Okay. I'm gonna go with this one. Just gonna go with that's wrong as well. No. Okay. I'm an artist. So for this last challenge that gave me all of these shapes, so I'm just gonna see what I can make out of it. I'm seeing a little bit of a tree trunk. Right here is the building. If it's a river that dio eye brows situation A strong defined brow is in 2020 Trend alert eyebrows. We've got a lovely, lovely man walking his dog over here. It's gonna be lots of water. And then there's little people there fishing, Father son bonding were father, daughter, You know, I'm gonna go ahead and some of you might say, Daniel, I liked just the simple lines before. And you know what I say to that? Me too. But you know what? We're going for it. We're going for full fantasy. Well, uh, not the most imaginative thing of in the world, but that's what I saw. That's where they're in the news. Little little birds. There's little hawks before everything. Everyone's there. Oh, my God. I know that I'm not the price because, you know, I'm very talented. And what else should we dio for the finishing touch? A. Pretty much. If it's good enough for Maryland, it's good enough for anybody, right? Wala see a resemblance? How about now? Well, it looks like the end of the competition, so I guess it's time to come clean. I am not a professional artist fiery about it. I'm actually a stand up comedian based in Los Angeles, and I make a living out of making fun of everything, but mostly myself. Alright, guys. Well, I am not the professional fainter, but I am a practicing artist and designer. Whether that be a graphic design, video editing, creative directing art is still a big part of my life, right? It wasn't me. Um um, but I am an artist. I do believe that I'm an artist. I I do a lot of things that are artistic. I'm a nail tech, you know? I do paint, you know, it's just a little campus, you know? And I did paint my room. My parents, you know, they're still dealing with that. You know, my room still painted and crazy and took him forever to remodel it after I moved out. But yeah, it's not me. I'm not a professional artist. Did you guess correctly on the real artist. So, as I said before, I started very, very young. I had my first exhibition when I was seven years old, and from then on I just kept exhibiting I moved to London when I was 16 and I started art up to a master's degree. I've done some shows in Europe, in the U. S. And in Mexico, where I'm originally from. I'm also a teacher on art Center, where I teach anything from like young kids to professional artists that I mentor, and, uh and I'm also freelance filmmaker.