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Artist Uses Pens to Create Extremely Realistic Images

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A photograph? Think again, these drawings were created by 29 year old attorney Portugal-based attorney Samuel Silva. He says that drawing these amazing images is only a hobby. His images are based from  Russian photographer Kristina Tararina. You read the title right, he uses standard Bic ballpoint pens as his choice of material. He uses a total of eight colors. He says that it can take up to 30 hours just to complete one image! Many people question his authenticity. I would like to see a close up image of the detailed work. If you are an artist striving for attention, do something out of the ordinary!

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