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Italian Painter Creates Mind-Blowing Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings In Several Hundreds Of Hours

Italian painter Emanuele Dascanio spends hundreds of hours in order to create mind-blowing, hyperrealistic pencil drawings that look just like photographs.

These masterpieces are made of a combination of graphite and charcoal and have that special renaissance feel to them, since Dascanio only chooses a single light source for his subjects.

His longest painting took him 780 hours. That might be an insane amount of time, but the results really are worth it.

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