Unlike drawing, there are multiple forms of mediums that include paper, wood and metal. Actual pressure is applied to the medium form to create art. Mount Fugi, from the Thrity-six Views of Mount Fuji by Katsushika Hokusai. Painting is a form of art where paint or color is applied to a form of medium that is usually brushed on. Surfaces that painting occur on include walls, paper, canvases, wood and glass. Paintings appear more naturalistic than drawings which may seem sparse. Pablo Picasso was a famous painter who created Doer Maar au Chat (1941). Encaustic: is also known as hot wax painting where hot beeswax is applied in order to add colored pigments. It is usually put on either wood or canvas. Metal tools are used to shape this paint before it cools down. Encaustic painting began in Egypt around 100-300 AD and later was used by many 20th-century American artists. This painting became prevalent around the 1990’s when people starting using electric irons, hotplates, and other heated instruments on different mediums to make abstract designs and other complex paintings. Fresco: involves a mural painting type that is usually created on plaster on either walls or ceilings. It is actually an Italian word that comes from Latin meaning “fresh.” Frescoes began in Greece around 1500 BC and became prevalent in Roman wall paintings.