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Animal Sand Sculptures That Are Very Lifelike In Appearance

A sand sculpture’s creation requires time and effort. It takes a tremendous lot of patience and perseverance on your part. Whatever your goal is in creating these sand sculptures, it might take a long time to complete the task. However, after the sculpture is complete, all of the hard work and time invested will have been rewarded since witnessing a finished sand sculpture is an incredible sight.

Andoni Bastarrika is a well-known Spanish artist from the Basque region of the nation. The creatures he creates from wet beach sand seem as if they’ve just crawled out of the ocean, and that’s because he is an expert at it. Even though Bastarrika doesn’t limit himself to depicting animals in his art, he finds inspiration in the freedom and strength that these creatures symbolize.

Viraltrendzs would like to introduce you to Andoni Bastarrika today, so get ready to see some of his amazing beach sand sculptures.

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In 2010, Bastarrika took his two girls for a stroll on a warm summer day. That day, he discovered he was gifted in the art of sculpture….and that’s after he created an absolutely gorgeous, lifelike mermaid out of nothing but sand! Sculpting has been his life’s work ever then, and he’s continued to improve as an artist over time.

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How nature operates has always piqued his interest. An unimaginable number of sand particles are used in the making of a sculpture. It’s always astonishing how closely they cling to one another despite the humidity, allowing to sculpture their union into something spectacular. It’s also fascinating to see how nature removes the artwork by eliminating the humidity and returning the sand back to the beach where it belongs.

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The way sand operates conveys a powerful message to us. It demonstrates how we can work together to create something magnificent instead of merely lying about it and being pointless. Bastarrika enjoys sculpting animals and has a strong motive for doing so. The reason for this is because he believes animals, as opposed to humans, have a free spirit from which humans may learn.

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As long as their souls are free to roam and inhabit their genuine selves, people will have something on which to reflect. That nudity they bring to this world at birth is something they retain till the end of their lives. Animals do not strive to conceal their bodies with clothes in order to be more flexible, and they are not captives to an idea that says that they should be concerned about their physical appearance. Animals accept their actual form, embracing it with strength, freedom, and the very essence of existence.

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The first thing Bastarrika does is gather a large amount of moist sand, and then he starts building his intricate structures. Afterward, he molds them with his hands before completing them by shaping them with a pointed stick. In addition, he uses found objects like glass, ashes, and clay powder to add color and other components to his work. Each animal sand sculpture takes between one and two days to complete, depending on its complexity and size.

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