3D Drawing of a fried egg by Marcello Barenghi
There’s nothing as splendid as a fried egg in the morning, but this is a drawing, don’t try to eat it 😉 (my recipe at the bottom)
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➜ MY DRAWING TOOLS:
mixed media on grey paper, colored pencils, markers, watercolors, and acrylic. All the art supplies are listed here:
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➜ THIS DRAWING TOOK ME: 1 hour and 35 minutes
➜ MUSIC: “I’m Gonna Go” by Dan-O at (“Package” Licence)
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Original post (2013)
Hyperrealistic speed drawing of a fried egg, mixed media on grey paper by Marcello Barenghi – Italian Art.
➜ FRIED EGG RECIPE:
1 Tablespoon butter or olive oil
1. Place the butter (or olive oil) in the frying pan and make sure the
temperature is on low to medium high. Melt the butter slowly.
2. Take your egg and tap in carefully on the side of the frying pan
This will crack the egg, pour the egg into the pan.
If you get any shells in the cup, take a large piece of shell and scoop the little pieces out. If you prefer, you could doing that into a cup and then gently pouring the egg into the hot frying pan.
3. As the egg is cooking, gently spoon some of the butter (or olive oil) that has melted in the pan over the egg, till the white of the egg is very white. Sprinkle with salt.
4. Remove from the pan with a spatula and place on a plate.