Artists / Painting / Sketching
Pencils and ballpoint pens are not mere writing instruments, if put in right hands these can also produce incredible works of art. Sunita Pandit, an artist from Siliguri, West Bengal, uses these mediums to create incredibly detailed portraits of celebrities, everyday objects and people that are close to her. Some of her artworks seem so realistic that you need to take a second look to...
Featured / Sketching
Well, this is not a crushed coke can, it’s an incredibly photorealistic drawing by a 19-year-old Indian artist – Sushant Sushil Rane from Mumbai, India. He typically uses Copic markers and graphite pencils to create realistic 3D drawings, which look so real that you might mistake them for photos.
While most people can’t remember schedule of their entire day, Carl Lavia, London-based artist, uses his photographic memory to sketch insanely detailed cityscapes. He has been interested in sketching imaginary cities since childhood and draws fictitious but highly realistic metropolises that could actually exist.