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I'm amazed by these two oil paintings. They look so real!
whoa so real
they don't look real......they look CLOSE ENOUGH. lol
nice and cool
I'm pretty sure those arent real
They're real oil paintings.
it's realy a good artist who can paint like this!!!! i am just an amateur....but my opinion is good art should atract focus to the most importand/beautifull parts off the subject ..... in the above painting the forehead and below the ear...
these are the choices of the artist but i would choose different compossition and lighting.
ok art has to be new and special these days so i like portraits more !!
I paint alot too besides making drawings
I love these paintings!
They look real!
I like and love these paintings!:-)
Photorealism. Very good.
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