Japanese Artist Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

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It might not shock you that unbelievable things can be done with only pencils and paper, but the breathtakingly realistic drawings of 22-year-old Japanese artist Kohei Ohmori will leave you amazed.

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

It might not shock you that unbelievable things can be done with only pencils and paper, but the breathtakingly realistic drawings of 22-year-old Japanese artist Kohei Ohmori will leave you amazed.


The Okayama-based artist spends over 200 hours on each project, and his attention to detail is incredibly evident. Thanks to carefully placed shading, ultra-thin lines, and a strikingly steady hand, Ohmori’s designs look as if they are going to jump right off the page. They’re so immaculate that his Twitter audience calls him a ‘mad genius’ and ‘insane’ over the amount of dedication that he puts into his penciled portraits. His latest effort, which has yet to be completed, shows a shiny nut and bolt, while his ‘signature piece’ is considered to be an impressive headshot of British model Sophia Blackbrough.


Scroll down below to see Ohmori’s portfolio for yourself:


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Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

Japanese Artists Makes Realistic Pencil Drawings, And They Look Like Photographs

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