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Artist Spends 100s Hours Drawing Hyperrealistic Art Using Renaissance Techniques

Although they might appear to be portraits, you would be surprised to know that Emanuele Dascanio, an artist from Italy, has drawn them after putting in 780 hours. Take a closer look and you will realize how intricately the artist has worked on it. It is drawn using charcoal and graphite and the subject is illuminated using a single light source due to which it results in a high renaissance quality. This was the technique used first by Gianluca Corona, a painter from Italy. Watch the amazing art works of Emanuele Dascanio and you will be in for a delight. More info: Facebook

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