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The secret behind Marcello Barenghi's hyperrealistic paintings of everyday objects is truly puzzling: http://bit.ly/1TU1074 - Adobe - Google+

The secret behind Marcello Barenghi's hyperrealistic paintings of everyday objects is truly puzzling: http://bit.ly/1TU1074 - Adobe - Google+

hyperrealistic drawing of an empty bottle of Coca-Cola by Marcello Barenghi

hyperrealistic drawing of an empty bottle of Coca-Cola by Marcello Barenghi

Marcello Barenghi: Coca Cola Green Glass - drawing phases

Marcello Barenghi: Coca Cola Green Glass - drawing phases

Draw water drops.Si algun dia lo logro...es increible!

Draw water drops.Si algun dia lo logro...es increible!

Realism Challenge: Water Drop                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Realism Challenge: Water Drop

Realism Challenge: Water Drop More

Vaso de agua seco.

Vaso de agua seco.

Victor Nunes will change the way you look at common-day things. Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles.

This Artist's Cute Little Creations Will Bring A Smile To Your Face Today

Victor Nunes will change the way you look at common-day things. Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles.

Marcello Barenghi su Instagram: "My oil and acrylic #painting of an empty bottle of #cocacola. It took me nearly 20 hours. Painting video (timelapse) is online: https://youtu.be/6YzfZ_MDalU?list=PLEKv0jWmqLM24gv3NLL6HkF8hGtehb3ae #marcellobarenghi"

Marcello Barenghi su Instagram: "My oil and acrylic #painting of an empty bottle of #cocacola. It took me nearly 20 hours. Painting video (timelapse) is online: https://youtu.be/6YzfZ_MDalU?list=PLEKv0jWmqLM24gv3NLL6HkF8hGtehb3ae #marcellobarenghi"

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Do you remember Ramon Bruin and his incredible 3d pencil art we wrote about last year? A mostly self-taught artist from the Netherlands now has a whole bunch of new 3D optical illusions. Ramon continues to draw with regular pencils and keeps developing his anamorphic techniques, that make the paintings look 3D. No wonder that every time you see a prop he left by the drawing, you start questioning if this one is actually real!

Do you remember Ramon Bruin and his incredible 3d pencil art we wrote about last year? A mostly self-taught artist from the Netherlands now has a whole bunch of new 3D optical illusions. Ramon continues to draw with regular pencils and keeps developing his anamorphic techniques, that make the paintings look 3D. No wonder that every time you see a prop he left by the drawing, you start questioning if this one is actually real!

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