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Hyper-realistic 3D Illustrations: Marcello Barenghi Shows Us How It’s Done!

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Born and raised in Milan, Italy, Marcello Barenghi is an Illustrator who have made a name for himself on YouTube lately. Nicknamed “The hyper-realist artist of the common things in the era of YouTube“, he has made a series timelapse videos, showing off the full process of his drawing skills on Youtube. These 3D drawings comprise of everyday objects, they looked so real you could almost feel and touch the “objects”.

Marcello has proved that he is a true master in illustration and yet still looking for ways to improve his drawing skills. He definitely has a passion for perfection and I hope you too, will gain some form of inspiration by watching his timelapse videos. So sit back and enjoy his works!

Drawing a glass pitcher

Drawing a pair of scissors

Drawing Coca-Cola bottle

A bag of M&M’s

Rubik’s Cube Oil Painting on Canvas

How to draw an oil drizzler

How to draw a crushed can of beer

The one euro coin

Grey Alien

Marty McFly’s Hoverboard 

Iron Man

A bottle of Oddka vodka 

Drawing a Fondant au Chocolat Le Baulois

A charming Absinthe glass

How I drew a can of beans

How I draw a 200 euro banknote

 

Hazel Lee

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Hazel Lee is a digital designer and startup founder from Malaysia. Springing from her love for design, it has eventually inspired her to create this design blog. You can also check out her online portfolio at www.triplebytes.com Yes that’s her on the right. Monkey-ing around on her day off!

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