Who doesn’t know about Ivan Hoo? If you haven’t heard of Ivan Hoo, it’s not that surprising. Ivan Hoo is a 31 years-old artist from Singapore.
He has become famous just recently for his amazing arts. He is able to draw everyday items and portraits with just a pencil and pastels.
Therefore, he was used to drawing since he was a child but he actually never studied art. He is completely self-taught.
A couple of years back, Ivan decided to improve his drawing skills as he was going to become a full-time artist.
If you want to see how inhuman his ability to transform real things into drawings. Here is a list of 20 Ivan Hoo realistic drawing, never seen these before.
Here Are 20 Ivan Hoo Realistic Drawing
1. Draw on a wooden board
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As I know, Ivan normally draws on a wooden board, giving his illustrations an even more natural look art.
2. Real broken vase
What do you think this is really broken vase? No, this is not a real broken vase.
As unbelievable as it seems, it’s just a drawing of a broken vase. Let’s start your journey with Ivan’s arts.
3. Ivan´s drawings.
Ivan is the most popular artist in the world. He has drawn many wonderful arts, it is one of them. Everyday objects are the most common theme for Ivan´s drawings.
4. Colored Pencil on Wood
Unquestionably, he is a famous artist for his realistic drawing.
If you say, he is a magician, it won’t be wrong because only a supersonic man can do that which an average mind can hardly think of.
He uses actual photographs of the objects as models.
The artist Ivan who has the ability to transform the worldly object into the drawing.
He makes this realistic art of animal (Dog). Animal portraits are another favorite subject of this Singaporean artist.
6. Roberto Bernardi, and Julian Beever
Ivan is a visual artist and also a sty instructor at art speaks studio in Singapore.
He has always looked up to realist artists like Audrey Flack, Roberto Bernardi, Julian Beever, and right now he is creating his own mark.
7. Fantastic Drawing
In order to make a complete drawing, he spends much time. He has a great test in the subject matter.
It takes him up to 3 days to complete the most elaborate pieces of art.
Ivan is a sharp-minded person who can implement any art within a short time. This cat’s drawing is a realistic example of his art.
His ability to catch every detail so precisely is mind-blowing.
9. A Standing Wine Glass Drawing
Drawing a standing wine glass is easy. But what about an overturn glass with spilled wine? No problem for Ivan.
He has enough experience in the drawing and can implement any complex art.
10. He likes to capture the motion of liquids.
The genuine asset of an artist is to use his fantasy and execute it as nobody has ever thought of.Ivan mostly works on the wood panel.
He has been addicted to using PanPastel recently. Thanks to Ivan for making this amazing art.
11. Home-based Drawing
Most of the time, he works in his room as home-based. He works from reference photos.
It is a real example of home-bases drawing. Fortunately, all these little accidents are just drawings.
12. Including this super realistic Nutella.
Do you know what surface should normally use with PanPastel? Especially, Ivan uses the wood panel to make the home-based drawing.
If you would like to build you as a professional artist, you must follow Ivan’s arts.
13. Human Portraits.
Do you like human portraits? Ivan also likes drawing human portraits.
He draws lots of human portraits so PanPastel allows him to make an actual effect of art. He has been struggling with using other media.
14. Ivan’s Portrait
As far as I know, Ivan draws so many human portraits in his life. He has already tried a self-portrait too.
He has struggled more to create his portrait. Do you want to make your portrait? Follow Ivan what he does.
15. Wonderful Drawing.
When the finished pieces are paired with the actual objects depicted in the drawings, it’s tricky to tell which is real and which is the drawing.
16. Anamorphic Drawing
Ivan has been self-studying anamorphic drawing which helps him create meticulously detailed art pieces.
17. Two Cups
Now, seriously, which of these two cups is real? Or have both of them been drawn?
Hard to say. Ivan has the attention of his own and fleeting memories that do not go on hold button, it roams like a wanderer until it inquires shelter in the feet of excellence and creativity.
18. Preparatory Sketch.
Ivan always loves realistic art. He slowly makes every drawing with his high concentration. Ivan often uses a basic pencil for the preparatory sketch.
19. Then, he adds colorful pastels.
How do you use pan pastel colors in your work? Ivan mostly uses them as a base as they create a really soft smooth effect as well as the big areas quickly.
He also uses the edge of the sponges for details during the painting process.
20. Wooden Board
It is a creative process of drawing. Ivan started to experiment with the wooden board when drawing portraits but now he uses wood for most of his drawings.