Get ready to be impressed by this hyper realistic painting from Jaime Sanjuan Ocabo who, with just the use of an iPad, creates wonderful scenes that look just like real life.
New technologies and techniques have paved the way for more and more hyper realistic painting and with food now a source of inspiration for every man and his dog, it’s not surprising that artists are creating realistic food scenes for us to eat with our eyes.
Ocabo uses an iPad app called Sketches to create his work, first drawing his outlines before applying colour using the his finger and the iPads touch sensitive screen.
The painstaking process means each picture takes Ocabo hours to complete but we think you’ll agree that the finished results are very very impressive.
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