Hyperrealistic drawings by an Indian artist that are misleading
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A 20-year-old Indian, Sushant Sushil Rane, draws absolutely ordinary things on paper: light bulbs, telephones, beverage cans, cutlery and other things like that. But they are so realistic that they can mislead the viewer and create the impression of a three-dimensional object.
A young self-taught artist from Mumbai, Sushant Sushul Rane, creates stunning hyper-realistic 3D drawings.
He usually works with markers and graphite pencils and generally spends no more than one day on one drawing.
By his own admission, Sushant learned to draw on his own, and took up 3D art only two years ago.
It takes him a whole day to draw one drawing, and Sushant is improving and still trying to figure out how to speed up the process. He draws both with pencils and felt-tip pens. Now Sushant is studying to get a higher education in the field of arts.