These Pictures Are Not What You Might Think At The First Look

These Pictures Are Not What You Might Think At The First Look
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At first look, these pictures might look like high definition photographs. But that's not what they are, and even a close look at the pictures may not reveal the truth because of their hyper-realistic look. You might not believe even when we tell you, but here it goes: They are artwork created by the extremely talented artist Paul Cadden, whose works have been exhibited in several galleries across the world, and have even been sold for amounts up to £15,000! Check out a few of his works below!

For All and None

For All and None

Paul creates hyper real artworks by almost always using nothing more than a pencil and a magnifying glass.

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In the Moment

In the Moment
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The portraits look flawlessly real! As though they were black-n-white photographs!

In Passing

In Passing
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Mr Cadden loves to capture the still moments of life in his work

Rotated Nude Study

Rotated Nude Study
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His work is so perfect that it can easily trick the naked eye into thinking these are photgraphs, and not sketches!

Guilin

Guilin
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It's hard to believe these are the product of just a pencil and a magnifying glass!

Seascape

Seascape
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This one took weeks to complete, as did his other works. He invests a lot of time and effort in the intricate details, giving his work the fine look of reality.

It's almost magic!

It's almost magic!
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The artist uses photos or stock footage for the initial inspiration.

The artist uses photos or stock footage for the initial inspiration.
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He can even introduce life into the lifeless elements, like the running water!

He can even introduce life into the lifeless elements, like the running water!
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His artworks have been featured in several galleries across the world!

His artworks have been featured in several galleries across the world!
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His works have fetched up to £15,000.

His works have fetched up to £15,000.
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The portraits are on display at the Plus One Gallery in central London.

The portraits are on display at the Plus One Gallery in central London.
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Mr Cadden uses a grid method to get the proportions right.

Mr Cadden uses a grid method to get the proportions right.
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