Cool Cartoon Pencil Drawings by Iranian Caricaturist Majid Khosroanjoms

Unique cartoons by Iranian caricaturist Majid Khosroanjom have taken over the web! The cool cartoon pictures are made in a very unusual way – with a real object attached, they become vivid satirical and humorous photocompositions. The unique style of the artist involves attaching a real object to his drawings. It could be a coin, a little padlock, a chess piece, some fresh fruit, a flower, some clothes or practically anything in fact. His cartoons take on more dimensions, becoming vivid satirical and humorous photocompositions. If you like these cartoons pictures – don’t forget to check 3D Pencils Drawings by Ben Heine.

Hyper Realistic Pencil Drawings by Kohei Ohmori

It may not shock you that incredible things can be done with just pencils and paper, but the breathtakingly lifelike drawings of 22-year-old Japanese artist Kohei Ohmori are bound to leave you amazed. The Okayama-based prodigy spends more than 200 hours on each project, and his attention to detail is strikingly evident. Thanks to carefully-placed shading, ultra-thin lines, and a remarkably steady hand, Ohmori’s designs look as if they’re going to jump right off the page. They’re so immaculate, in fact, that his Twitter audience is calling him a ‘mad genius’ and ‘insane’ over the amount of dedication he puts into his penciled portraits. His most recent effort, which has yet to be completed, depicts a shiny nut and bolt, while his ‘signature piece’ is considered to be a stunning headshot of British model Sophia Blackbrough.

Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings By Nigerian Artist

Drawing portraits already takes an incredible amount of patience and skill, but Nigerian artist Arinze Stanley has decided to make his task even tougher and stick only to simple monochrome pencils. The drawings take Arinze around 100 hours to complete and they are some of the finest examples of hyperrealism we’ve seen to date. And for those who still think that these are some sort of trick, Arinze shares the work-in-progress pics of his drawings in various stages, which also reveal some insights into how he achieves that realistic look. We’ve already featured on the pages of our website some hyper realistic drawings, so if you want to see more smilar drwaings – check Hyperrealistic Portraits by Diego Fazio.