Photorealistic Pencil Drawings by Paul Lung

Dedicated artist Paul Lung spends up to 60 hours sketching these photorealistic pencil drawings. A graphic artist from Hong Kong, Paul uses a 0.5mm technical pencil to draw everything from his family and friends to cats. His highly detailed work has been written about in newspapers like The Sun and Telegraph.

Self-Portrait

His work reminds me of another amazing photorealistic artist but one that uses a ballpoint pen, Juan Francisco Casas Ruiz.

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Paul Lung



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Animal-Friendly Vegan Tattoos Celebrate Nature with Delicately Inked Illustrations

Body art professionals, like Anna Sica, are turning to animal-free inks to create beautiful vegan tattoos. If you’re vegan, you know that when it comes to animal-friendliness, not all commodities are created equally. While assuring the absence of animal products in things like food, cosmetics, and clothing is standard practice for seasoned vegans, many are unaware that body art requires research, too. To make pigments pop, many tattoo inks include bone char, gelatin, and shellac, each of which is derived from various animals.

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Zebra Shark Living in Isolation for 4 Years Gives Birth Without a Male Partner

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