Microsoft Excel Art: Tatsuo Horiuchi Creates Mind-Blowing Art With AutoShape Tool

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If you were impressed with our last Microsoft Excel portrait post, pull your socks up for round two: the stunning Microsoft Excel renderings of 73-year-old artist, Tatsuo Horiuchi. Believe it or not, it took Horiuchi 10 years with Microsoft Excel to reach his ‘grandmaster level’ – a painstaking thought for most Adobe Photoshop users.
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Many wonder why Horiuchi made such a commitment: Horiuchi states that ‘Microsoft Excel was free and it came with his computer’; knocking down illustration tools such as Photoshop; claiming them to be ‘too expensive.’ Clearly, Horiuchi takes Microsoft Excel portraits to a whole new level. Most would-be digital artists who create Microsoft Excel illustrations create pixels in individual cells — not Horiuchi — his choice of brush is the AutoShape tool where he creates complicated shapes, which he fills in with color.
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Today, Hourichi’s paintings are sold at local exhibitions in his home town of Sanada, Nagano. If you’re looking for Microsoft Excel tutorials, Learn iT! Anytime offers self-paced Microsoft Excel video training for one penny.
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