In today’s photography and its advanced cameras, you can immediately observe on how the photos can be enjoyed with its crisp details. But it’s not only these cameras that can come up with a high definition image. Even with traditional painting, one is able to create a portrait so realistic, that you would perceive it as a photograph. Today, you’re gonna see something that will amaze you.
These photorealistic paintings are creations of Kang-Hoon Kang. A Korean artist having an impressive talent, he creates his oil on canvas paintings in large-scale proportions. Scroll down and observe the subjects and the emotion attached with them. Come, take a peek, and enjoy!
Modern lady-unable to cry
Modern Boy-Unable to cry
Modern Boy-Phallic simbol I
Modern Boy-Phallic simbol II
Modern Lady-Angry pregnant woman
Modern Lady-unuseful scissorsoil on canvas
Modern Boy-custom made breath
Modern Boy-curly hair
Modern Lady-Valentine Day since girlhood
Modern Boy-modern war
Modern Boy-Sad clown
Modern Boy-trick show
Modern Boy – dangerous target I
Modern Boy – dangerous target II
Modern Boy – dangerous target III
Modern Boy – dangerous target IV
Modern Boy- a mixture of general and motorcycle rider
Modern Boy-gloomy bluegrey
Modern Boy-No sitcom
Modern Boy-other’s bones
Modern Boy-unuseful weapon II
Lost icon-Black Rudolph I
Modern Boy-a soap bubble II
Modern Boy – nameless darkness
Modern Boy-the sea of a daydream
Check out Kang-Hoon Kang on his website. You can share what you think on his works by leaving a comment below.
These meticulous paintings are very realistic that it could immediately be distinguished as photography. Well, with this talent and skill, he surely doesn’t need any cameras to come up with these hi-def images.
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