Artists have been creating spot it images for a long time, however such quizzes have been taken to the next level since the invention of Photoshop. And they are amazingly fun and great to share with friends and family. One artist by the name of Bev Doolittle wanted to make some spot it images, but did so using no computerized tools, only his paintbrush and a canvas. The end result is so beautiful and perfect that you would think it was made in a computerized photo environment, however it was all done by hand! What an incredible talent! And as you’ll see below, it requires the keenest of eyes to find the horses hidden within it.
Doolittle painted horses. He made his first painting called Pintos in 1975 when they were traveling around South America. But this one was special and came later.
Doolittle and his wife saw some horses there, and decided they looked amazing so he painted away. After all, horses are beautiful and majestic creatures. It’s no surprise that they were the inspiration for Doolittle’s painting.
Though he might not have realized it, Doolittle had painted an amazing spot it image. Can you see all the horses in this painting? There should be five, but not everyone can see five horses upon first glance. It might take some close inspection, but there are definitely five horses in this painting. How long will it take you to find them?
At first, people couldn’t even agree on how many horses were there! Some said there were many more than five and others couldn’t even see five, they saw much less. They camouflage so well with the mountainous terrain.
Another painting done by Jim Warren does not have the same realist feel to it, but more of a magical and airy feel. He took the same idea though and painted seven horses into this picture.
Can you find all seven? Most people miss at least one. That’s why it requires a bountiful IQ in order to see them all. Try it right now and comment below at how you did.
The first five may not be too hard to spot, but the last two will really get you.
This one is not directly a horse, but the outline of one. This is where a lot of people get tricked.
You need to flip the picture upside down to see one of them, how tricky!
The last horse left his footprints in the sand. That makes seven in the entire picture. It’s tough and a lot of people don’t think it’s fair – but we never promised you that it’d be easy to find all seven.
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