- The video of a man making a good bed from mud has got people praising his sculpting skill
- In the clip, the man slowly moulded the mixture as he chiselled at the sculpture to create beautiful designs
- To give the bed a complete set look, the artist deployed bamboo for making cute side stools and cabinets
The video of an old man who artistically transformed mud into a beautiful bed sculpture has gone viral on the internet as people were amazed at how he made it look all too easy.
At the beginning of the clip shared by Rania Zervalaki Parona, the artist transported all the mud he would be needing manually to his workspace.
He then set out to work as he moulded every part of the bed. One of the amazing things was that he drew flower designs that complemented the art well.
With his chisel, he chopped at the mud to create lines and intricate curves. According to the report, the man works in a forest in Cambodia.
This would not be the first he is creating such beautiful pieces. He had made small houses for rabbits among many others.
After the man was done working, he slept on the bed before he went out again to make side furniture with bamboo.
Watch the clip here.
As at the time of writing this report, the video has been watched over 25,000 times with hundreds of reactions.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Kim McNeilly said:
"He could come from a generation of sculptors. That’s where he learns his trade from. A similar post I posted few months ago."
Elaine Jacques said:
"Such amazing creative talent, Rania Zervalaki Patrona! Thank you for sharing this!"
Robert Crandall asked:
"Very talented, but why build it in the jungle?"
Jamiela Ismail said:
"Awesomely incredible. The intricate design to detail is brilliant...a bedroom fit for a king."
Robert (Pivot Man) Nelson said:
"Mesmerizing, some serious skill."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another video of an unusual sculpture that could be shuffled and twisted has gone viral online.
Posting the clip online, Anthony J. James called it a paper sculpture. While many were amazed by the art, others disagreed that it is made out of paper, arguing that it looks like silicone.