Most of us love cats. We may have heard about how aggressive and arrogant cats can become. But they are really majestic in how they look. And though they may seem arrogant, most cat owners love them regardless. And when cats are so majestic, why not make a wonderful image out of it. This Japanese artist has tried to do just that.
Haruki Kudo is an artist from Japan. He is just 18. He goes by the name kudoharu125 and he has reached around 2,589 followers. He loves cats too and so, he wanted to create something that looks almost realistic but does not get transformed into a photograph. So, he wanted to create art under the style of hyperrealism. Hyperrealism is a style in which the cat images look real. They almost come out of the paper. It almost looks like you are looking at an HD image. But they are drawn with pencils. If you look closely, you might be able to spot the difference. Well, that’s the magic of hyperrealism for you.
Kudo only uses colored pencils for his drawings and promoting hyperrealism. He says: “I started drawing about two years ago and I was fascinated by the fun”. He has drawn many pictures of several animals but his cat pictures really stand out.
For any cat-lover, these pictures using hyperrealism must be bliss.
Image Credit: Haruki Kud