Monday , June 1 2020

Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings

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The time-lapse video below takes 1:30 minutes to watch, but make no mistake – each of Seattle based artist Dylan Eakin’s incredible charcoal portraits takes about 100 hours to complete! It may not be a complete surprise when you look at them closely. They are extremely detailed and vivid. ‘For me, it’s an exploration of medium, an exercise in precision and self-discipline, and an attempt to engineer myself and my tools to produce the work of a machine’ he has shared in an interview. It seems to be working.

To see more of Eakin’s work you can visit his website or Instagram.

The Process of Drawing a Realistic Charcoal Head

Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings

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Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings
Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings
Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings
Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings
Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings
Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings
Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings
Dylan Eakin Makes Incredibly Realistic Charcoal Paintings

Bonus Video: 90 Hours of Work in 2 Minutes

 



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