I Thought This Guy Just Took Pictures of His Face with Paint on It. Nope

TwistedSifter

In an incredible, ongoing series of self-portraits, Spanish artist Eloy Morales explores tones and tonal transitions. What first appears to be photographic self-portraits is actually hyperrealistic oil on canvas paintings. Most are larger than life and Morales also paints a variety of subjects that includes family and friends. You can see many more artworks on his website.

If you’re interested in learning a bit about his process, be sure to check out the video at the bottom of the post.

[via Ignant]

ELOY MORALES
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Artwork by ELOY MORALES
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Artwork by ELOY MORALES
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