His work, created by shooting bullets into reinforced aluminum and generating a patterned silhouette effect, Creel admits the process drained him, “I started off just going into the woods with canvas, then realized I needed a stronger material.” Taking nearly a full year to develop his current technique and the resulting first piece (an image of a deer) Creel took time off before continuing to work on the remaining pieces of his series.

Doesn’t sound very exhausting to me, but I’m not an artist.

More about the artist Walton Creel and his work – HERE

Hat Tip: SayUncleBlog

Note to self:
Create abstract art by bumpfiring into a pile of scrap metal and paint and profit