Korean Artist Gives New Life To Busts, Antique Paintings, And Photos By Turning Them Into Hyperrealistic Portraits (9 Pics)

The works of South Korean hyperrealist painter Joongwon Jeong, a freelance illustrator who studied Design and Visual Communication at Hongik University of Art & Design in Seoul, can easily impress anyone. We have already shown some of the artist’s work two years ago and today we return with more. This time, Joongwon Jeong breathes new life into antique paintings and famous busts by giving them an acrylic paint makeover. Being his favorite type of paint, acrylic on canvas according to Jeong is very versatile as it allows to emulate both the viscous texture of the oil and soft splash of watercolors.With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular on the internet, especially on his Facebook page …

My 18 Silly Comics About My Life With My Husband And Our Pets

25 reply #2 Dogs Chewing? 24 reply View More Replies… #4 Get A Pet And You’ll Never Go The Bathroom Alone Again! 13 reply View More Replies… #6 We Bought A Cat Tree And He Prefers The Box It Came In… 10 reply View More Replies… #8 Just A Crazy Pet Mom Out With Her Babies! 7 reply 20 reply #11 Why Bother Buying Dog Toys When The Dog Prefers Trash?? 64 reply #14 Reluctant Dog Dads Are The Best! 33 reply View More Replies… #16 My Dog Goober Has Four Expressions 26 reply #18 When You Have Dogs, You Make Them Go Check On Things That Go Bump In The Night! Original Article : HERE ;

Artist Illustrates Honest Feelings That We Keep To Ourselves In 22 Candy Heart Comics

Some wear their hearts on their sleeves for the entire world to see. Others hide their emotions much better and keep their thoughts secret. However, no matter who we are, what we do, and how well we may hide it, we all have inner monologues that reveal our true feelings. Cartoonist Tommy Siegel draws witty comics featuring candy hearts that resonate very well with people because they show our honest feelings which we might be scared to share with everyone else. A lot of us would probably agree that we’ve had some of these thoughts running through our minds at least once or twice in our lives. Upvote your favorite cartoons, keep scrolling and let us know in the comments …

I Suffer From DPDR Disorder 24/7 And I Want People To Know How It Feels (New Pics)

My name is Lulu and I am a 26-year-old living in Switzerland. I create comics that describe how it’s like to live with DPDR. I’ve previously shared my experience on Focus Outside Keep it

I Show My Poor Relationship With Junk Food And My Own Body Image (10 pics)

DiscomfortFood is about my body, my self-image, and my mental health through the lens of junk food. Specifically, the junk food that I personally abuse. For me, that is pizza, pasta, potatoes, popcorn, Pepsi, pie. Carbs and sugar, ice cream, burgers, and salted fries! More info: Instagram | When I conceived the DiscomfortFood series, this image was one of the most important ones in the whole series. Sour Cream Glazed doughnuts are my 2nd favorite type. Two beef patties Honey crullers are my absolute most favorite. Double chocolate dip Shot before I conceived of the DiscomfortFood series, this image laid the groundwork for the ones that would follow. Salt So salty. DiscomfortFood The cowl is actually a kitchen curtain. Glitter

Im An American Living In Germany Who Draws Funny Yet Dark Comics (New Pics)

If you’re interested, here you can find my previous post!  Also, you can find the rest of my comics on Instagram or Facebook, or anywhere else that mediocre webcomics are sold. Thanks for reading! lightroastcomics.com | Instagram #1 Metal Detector 23 reply View More Replies… #3 Black Friday Plans 26 reply View More Replies… #5 Why Are We Like This 12 reply View More Replies… #7 The Real Adult Store 18 reply View More Replies… #9 Good Snek 30 reply #11 Opinion Aided 12 reply #13 Get Those Summer Bods Ready 26 reply #15 Doctors Hate This Simple Product! 14 reply #17 Bad Cop #18 Mental Health Awareness 8 reply #20 Water Boy 9 reply See Also on Bored Panda 25 …

Heres What People In The 1900s Predicted Our Homes Would Look Like Today (7 Pics)

Raise your hands if you think that by 2100, we will have flying cars, robots with artificial intelligence, holidays on Mars and utterly intelligent houses. People have been making predictions about what the future would look like for ages. Sadly, they are usually far-fetched or even utopian and society doesn’t seem to keep up with creative wishes. So, are the predictions extremely ambitious or we don’t put enough effort into bringing wild ideas to life? There’s a huge question mark tied to what’s coming in the future. And although cutting-edge technology moves at a fast pace and many ideas that seemed outlandish in the past are more than real nowadays, we shouldn’t be carried away by fantasies because the future …

Girl Shows Instagram Vs. Reality In 20 Pics

The perfect lighting, the ideal framing and composition, the right angle and posture, vibrant colors and of course some filters – that’s about it for the secret formula for pitch-perfect Instagram photos. These incredible dream-like photos fill our timelines and transport us to a magical world where people have perfect bodies, eat only healthy vegan food, have an effortless appearance, travel every day and discover new things, and buy expensive branded clothes almost every week. This Instagram world is so perfect that it makes us miserable and jealous of others who live these perfect Instagram lives. #1 “Sorry to disappoint you but in reality winter in Switzerland looks way more like the right picture… The snow stays just for one …

I Illustrate My Everyday Problems As A Woman In Funny And Relatable Comics (New Pics)

I started this account a few years ago as some kind of comic-diary. Soon after, many people apparently related to my work and I now have a huge and awesome community. Since my art changed and developed itself into a large community and my job, I grew with it and learned to speak up more. Also in my work. I am happy to be this Prudence that you all know now, knowing you. And I’m proud and so grateful of all of you guys out there who also feel more valued, cared for and less alone. #2 #4 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 …