Spanish artist Eloy Morales expresses tones and tonal transitions in his amazing ongoing series of self portraits. What looks like a close up shot taken with a high definition camera is actually hyperrealistic oil on canvas paintings. These paintings are enormous truly showing off this amazing talent. Take a look at Morales’ gallery here for more realistic paintings from this talented artist.
This is the image I thought was odd. Just a guy with random paint on his face right?
Heres another with what looks like clay or mud.
Now take a second and really examine this close up. Your jaw is about to hit the floor.
This is where my jaw drops
Can you believe this? Now scroll back up and take a look again. They’re actually hyper-realistic paintings!
Here you can see the sheer size of these masterpieces known as hyper-realistic paintings.
I still can’t believe they are paintings
Eloy Morales has an eye for detail and uses a painstakingly long and focused process to create these hyper-realistic paintings. What he does with a brush usually takes a camera to accomplish which is why this artist truly stands out above many others. I’m in shock at the detail and realism of these photos… I mean hyper-realistic paintings.
Check out Eloy Morales’ website here for more incredible hyper-realism paintings.