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Former Israeli military sniper David Roytman has turned his hand to motion portray, using weapons and live-fire ranges instead of brushes and studios to blast colors onto canvases.

Roytman, 42, describes the tactic as method to exorcise tough recollections from his fight service.

“This is my therapeutic by artwork. When I’m taking pictures – not on individuals, not in a conflict, not throughout the army service – I’m doing this for my, for example, enjoyable, for my method to say one thing to the world,” he advised Reuters. “It makes me really feel at peace.”

Amidst the ensuing splashes and holes, he intersperses letters in Hebrew, English and Russian, seemingly at random – an invite on the viewer to type phrases.

Twenty of the weird works have bought at between $5,000 and $10,000 apiece, mentioned Roytman, who additionally designs high-end Judaica.

The artwork’s message is that “all people must suppose, when they’re sending their boys to battle, to guard their nation – they should keep in mind that after they come again they want assist,” Roytman mentioned, alluding to veterans’ psychological well being.