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Impressive Paintings Drawn With The Microsoft Excel Application By 80 Years Old Japanese Artist

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Microsoft Excel is an application that is part of the Microsoft Office Software package. This is a spreadsheet type. At the beginning of Microsoft’s creation, Excel stand-alone and not become part of Microsoft Office. Microsoft Excel is a package with Microsoft Office that consists of various software where the offices need today. The application in the form of a worksheet was created and distributed by Microsoft Corporation for Apple macOS and Microsoft Windows users. In this application, available features of making graphics and calculation features that are aggressive and progressive.

There is one artist from Japan, Tatsuo Horiuchi, who uses the Excel application to paint how surprised we are. The results are genuinely beautiful and exciting, not inferior to general paintings made from pencils, pens, oil paints, watercolors, acrylic, and other painting materials. Interestingly, in addition to his excellent images, he is also 80 years old, until he is famous worldwide for his talent and skill, extraordinary!

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Before retiring from his job about 20 years ago, Horiuchi thought that he needed a new challenge in his life. So he chose to paint. However, Horiuchi did not want to spend money to buy art supplies – and decided to use his PC. But he also does not use digital drawing software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. Instead, he chooses an unusual program, Microsoft Excel. As released, Bored Panda.

If you like and enjoy Horiuchi’s artworks, you can order one of his paintings on his website. You can find the email address there too.

Do you want to know more about the impressive results of the paintings from the Excel program? Check out some of his unique artworks- below!

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Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Horiuchi inspired many people. He points out that anything is possible if you pay attention to it (though he doubts most of us have the patience to know how Excel works) and that we must continue to learn new things as we get older. He didn’t expect [his paintings] to improve soon, so he made a 10-year plan, Horiuchi told AFP. During the first three years, he concentrated on ‘drawing’ and drawing everything that could be seen; vegetables such as carrots, Japanese radishes, and weeds. With Excel. For the next three years, he will practice integrating motives one by one to make paintings better.

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Six years after starting his Excel art journey, Horiuchi registered for the Authoshape Excel Art Contest and won the grand prize. That’s when he began to get more and more attention from people for his expertise. He has become a legend, and some of his artworks were even obtained by the local Gunma Art Museum. Japanese artists prefer Excel to Microsoft Paint because it offers more flexibility, has more functions, and is easier to use.

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

Image source and credits: Tatsuo Horiuchi

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