When we talk about hyperrealistic art, we mean the perfect and clean result that some artists manage to achieve in their works. In the field of painting and drawing, hyperrealistic art is manifested above all in the portrait: thanks to the skillful use of pencils and charcoals, it is possible to faithfully reproduce images, so much so that it is almost impossible to understand which is the photo and which is the drawing. Artist Dylan Eakin , a graduate of the University of Ozarks (Arkansas, USA) in sculptural art, discovered the world of hyperrealistic art, and in the years following his graduation he continued to work hard.

#1. Dylan’s spectacular progress after just three years.

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Contemporary artist Dylan Eakin started practicing hyperrealistic drawing in 2016, achieving amazing results after just three years. From a few photos posted on his Instagram page, we can see the big difference between “before” and “after”.

#2. His works are so crisp that we barely recognize which is the photo and which is the drawing.

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#3. Lauren II, 2017 (charcoal, graphite and acrylic)

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#4. Smiling man, 2018 (charcoal)

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#5. Stasis v1.3, 2018 (charcoal, graphite and acrylic)

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#6. Summer I, 2018 (charcoal, graphite and acrylic)

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#7. Small portrait of Madison (charcoal, graphite and acrylic)

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#8. The level of detail required to make this type of art is incredible …

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#9. Here is a portrait of the artist’s father. It took him 150 hours to complete it.

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#10. By his own admission, this portrait seems to have been the most complex to make.

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#12. Self-portrait

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If you like the detailed works of this artist, you can check out his  Instagram page or even buy some of his designs from the Artzine site .

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