Amazing Arts Which Were Surprisingly Made in MS Paint

His art is a far cry from the stick men most of us are capable of making on Paint

[Yahoo! News}- It’s known as being the go-to tool for clumsy doodles and childlike scribbles, but it turns out Microsoft Paint can actually be used to create incredible works of art.

The internet went into mourning on Monday as news spread that the programme was being discontinued.

But today Microsoft confirmed that it will continue to offer Paint through the Windows Store – though it won’t included on Windows 10 by default.

This will be music to the ears of US illustrator Pat Hines, who uses the programme for his artistic creations.

He has used the software to create beautiful illustrations for an e-book, as well as producing intricate portraits and incredibly detailed landscape drawings.

Pat says he uses the old-school programme because he ‘sucks’ at using Adobe Photoshop.

But that doesn’t mean his method is easy. He told the BBC: ‘I wouldn’t say it’s easy, it definitely takes quite a while. It could take upwards of 20 hours for just one piece.’

These are some of his astonishing creations.

Gambar: Program Ibadah Qurban dan Majlis Ramah Mesra IKSIM

Pada pagi Isnin, berlangsung Program Ibadah Qurban dan Majlis Ramah Mesra IKSIM di Ulu Yam, Selangor.

Di bawah adalah gambar-gambar daripada program ibadah qurban tersebut.

Video: Banjir Kilat di Jalan Kuching

Difahamkan, kejadian pukul 5.15 petang itu berpunca daripada limpahan air dari Sungai Batu ke jalan berkenaan selepas hujan lebat.

Video kejadian banjir kilat itu sempat dirakamkan netizen dan tular di media sosial.

Jurucakap Balai Bomba dan Penyelamat Kuala Lumpur berkata, laluan itu kembali pulih kira-kira pukul 6 petang selepas air surut.

“Pihak bomba juga telah mengambil tindakan untuk mengalihkan laluan bagi menyuraikan kesesakan di laluan tersebut,” katanya di sini. – UTUSAN ONLINE

Harvey: Before And After Photos Of Catastrophic Houston Flood

Hurricane Harvey which made landfall as a Category 4 storm in Texas on August 25, caused “epic and catastrophic” flooding especially in Houston and some other parts of Texas.

Floodwaters are expected to rise further in the inundated Houston as the flood situation in Texas is expected to worsen in the coming days.

Below are some before and after photos of the flood caused by Hurricane Harvey taken from Yahoo! News and The Guardian.

Please click the photos for larger images: