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An artist who specialises in 3D art has created a series of epic hyper-realistic paintings of fish and reptiles – spending up to 10 months on each masterpiece.
Hy Young-Sung Kim (45), from Korea, first took up art in 1993 and continues to shock people with his oil paintings, which viewers often mistake for photography.
Each painting, which is usually inspired by nature or city life, takes him three to 10 months to complete.
“I shock people with my art, often people say, “Wow, that’s not a photo,” when they realise I’ve painted the image. It takes between three to 10 months to complete one piece of artwork. It will be more real than photographs and high definition monitors.”Hy Young-Sung Kim, Artist
(With inputs from AP.)