Girl no: paintings from Hiroshima to distinguish from photosPictolic
This girl lying in the water, gathered in the Japanese Twitter an incredible amount of likes and reposts. Only girls that does not exist in reality: it is only a figment of the imagination of Japanese artist by the name of Kai Miano (Kei Mieno), an artist from Hiroshima, which creates incredibly realistic paintings.
33-year-old Kai Miano writes about himself on Twitter: "I'm doing realism." And his superrealistic work, depicting a girl in the water, caused a real stir in social networks: at the moment, the post has collected nearly 47 thousand retweets and more than 127 thousand likes.
The detail of this picture, painted in oil, so exact, and the texture is so complex that it could easily be mistaken for a photograph.
The artist next to one of his hyperrealistic works in 2016. And no, he's not a woman, as he wrote about it many zines.
But one of the paintings of Kai, which he painted about 15 years ago. It is interesting to observe how much improved the technique of the artist, and all thanks to the hard work and many hours of practice.
Now his work look like this.
According to the artist, these paintings require a Herculean labour, but the result justifies all. Besides, now he's working on them much faster than before.
Publication of 三重野慶 (@mienokei) 29 APR 2018 11:18 PDT
In the video from instagram Kaya Meena is seen as a step by step, carefully and gently, he draws every single little detail.
Here are a few of the stunning works of the artist: