Choo San is a 19-year-old Japanese student, who has chosen to pursue a career in art and has already applied her extraordinary talent into acrylic-paint body pictures. Single-handedly this young Japanese artist, who loves to thrill and excite, transforms herself into some kind of a mutant by drawing various body parts onto her face and all over her body. The cyborg-like creature that she turns herself into has multiple eyes and mouths and is even battery-operated – of course, all these are drawings mainly on her hands, forearms, and face; to say the least, these are vague examples of what Choo San can paint on each and every body; still, for the time being, she is her own canvas and artist painting on it. There are even batteries protruding from her forearm – a skillful painting that is a synonym of her robot-like strengths and determination to achieve the best of results in the field she has chosen.
After all, art is not an easy occupation, to start with. It requires years of practice and experience and this young Japanese girl is at the beginning of her glamorous career but still fascinating just about everyone out there with her realistic acrylic-paint body tattoos.
It all began when Choo San was studying for university admission exams. She was so determined that she would succeed and be admitted to study in a prestigious university that she took all of her time practicing; during her breaks even she would draw eyes and mouths on her hands and arms when she lacked any other type of canvas or a white sheet of paper.
Eventually, she created a portfolio with her most significant works of art that everyone could marvel at while surfing through the pictures below. Last but not least, experts confidently state that Choo San has already taken her art a step ahead and compare her works to Creepily Realistic Tattoos by Yomico Moreno.