Extremely small Hyper-realistic(?) drawings from Edinburgh-based artist Paul Chiappe.Recreating graphite versions of early 20th century photography, the artist meticulously produces his works within tiny confines. Many of his drawings fall below the 4×4 cm. mark.
This is the most realistic hyper-realistic oil paint I’ve seen so far , I don’t think I have to say much about there’s painting .Painting by Gottfried Helnwein
Hyper-realistic of sexy female figure painted by Argentinean artiest Diego Gravinese.
Michigan-based author and illustrator Mark Crilley has been working on a series of “realism challenges” on his YouTube channel. In his third installment he tackled the realistic drawing of a torn playing card.
Artist Robert Longo creates astonishingly vivid large scale charcoal drawings, many of which exceed seven feet at their largest dimension.
Cindy Wright paints large-scale portraits and still-life oil paintings that play at the intersection between figuration and abstraction, creating formal portraits that echo the pictorial history of traditional British painting. Wright’s portraits of friends and art world personalities are intermixed with canvases in which fresh meat turns the paint into rather abstract and unfathomable paintings.
There is something about the out-of-focus perspective that I find very soothing and Philip Barlow toke it and put it on canvas with oil .