posted by Adeyemiholart

For an artist to achieve hyperrealism in his/her drawing and painting, he/she needs quality brand of materials and a hell lot of patience; like an adage implies "slow and steady win the race" Material is a tool use for the transferring of the inward active energy flowing within. It can affect the type of energy flowing out of the subject because of it's grade of quality. A bad quality material gives out bad energy transfer and a good quality material gives out good energy transfer. Patience is the rate of time at which you execute your techniques and ideas. To achieve a standard level in whatever you do , you need a lot of patience to do. For a realism artwork, an artist need the know the connection between his material and patience.

Achieving hyperrealism



posted by diego arroyo

Hello art community, im new here...check out my works




posted by Manuel Fernandez

Tribute to the anonymous heroes who helped after the earthquake in Mexico 2017. Watercolour on Paper http://www.mfernandez.org

Anonymous Heroes Watercolour



posted by federico cortese

Oil on Canson paper (290 g/mq), 28 x 50 cm, 2016. The fantastic world of animals. When I was a kid I went crazy for these small encyclopedias for children, where all the animal species were cataloged, and were represented with drawings rather than with images. Those drawings, although very detailed, left much to the imagination. It was as if some white space at the edges of the image were put there on purpose, to allow the viewer to complete, with the imagination, the work of describing that animal. Perhaps it is from this childhood passion that comes to me a certain obsession for animals, and a vice that leads me, starting from a detail or from a certain peculiarity, to exaggerate, to overstate the decorations and the colors, to allow the polyps to emit colored and psychedelic inks.

Psychedelic Octopus



posted by Manuel Fernandez

Watercolour on Paper http://www.mfernandez.org

Tauromaquia Watercolour