Using 0.5mm technical pencil and A2 paper only, Paul Lung, a graphic artist from Hong Kong, created wondrous pencil drawings that look photos alike. Each of Paul Lung’s artworks takes him up to 60 hours and during the time he even doesn’t use eraser. Interestingly, to prove that his artworks aren’t photos, Paul Lung has to make videos of working as people often don’t believe him.
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