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Artist Samuel Silva’s Incredible Photorealistic Ballpoint Pen Drawings (PHOTOS)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 24, 2012

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Look closely… it may be hard to hard to believe but the images below are actually drawings made by Portugal-based attorney, Samuel Silva. Silva, who describes his art as a “hobby,” uses standard ballpoint pens for many of his drawings, sometimes working on a piece for over 45 hours.

Samuel Silva’s Incredible Ballpoint Pen Drawings
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“Baby Cradled in Dad’s Hands”
“Baby Cradled in Dad’s Hands” – BIC Ballpoint Pen
Original size: 75 % of an A2 paper sheet

For his “Redhead Girl,” based on the photograph by Russian photographer Kristina Taraina, he used seven different colored ballpoint pens which took some 30 hours to finish. To create such vibrant colors, Silva “cross hatches” in layers to give off the illusion of additional hues and depth. Read the rest of this entry »

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