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Incredible Art of Different Masterpieces on Microsoft Excel


 Incredible Art of Different Masterpieces on Microsoft Excel


Excel Art
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It is an amazing art to make your own masterpiece on Microsoft Excel. We can easily do different types of art in it. Some talented use this software as a drawing tool to make amazing art. On the other hand some dislike Microsoft Excel for drawing. It is cheapest as compared to Photoshop and others software.
It is versatile software with hidden toolbar, rows and columns. We can get help from Vector Illustration and learn how we create our own. Most celebrated artist of today is Tatsuo Horiuchi. He is 78 years old and he started his experiment with data driven software at the age of 60. He painted many scenes of Japan’s natural landscape. The great achievement of Horiuchi is that he won the contest of Excel autoshop in 2006.

 Incredible Art of Different Masterpieces on Microsoft Excel

Excel art
Artist: Tatsuo Horiuchi.
 Incredible Art of Different Masterpieces on Microsoft Excel
Excel art
Artist: Tatsuo Horiuchi
Excel art
Artist: Tatsuo Horiuchi

 Incredible Art of Different Masterpieces on Microsoft Excel
 Incredible Art of Different Masterpieces on Microsoft Excel

Incredible Art of Different Masterpieces on Microsoft Excel.
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