Artist Uses Simple Ball Pen To Create Art That No Software Can :


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You might have heard of great artists like Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. They were an inspiration, admired for their masterpieces. Pieces of an art of such exceptional beauty are difficult to find nowadays.

We want you to meet someone today. Her illustrations are amazing and are going to leave you awestruck. Not only is her art admirable, but it also gives you a feeling of wonder close to that of the work of great artists like Picasso. If I were to define her work in a single word, I would call it Realistic.

A ball pen can create an art beyond imagination if it is in right hands.

Give her a ball pen, and she will create beauty with it. I would recommend blue; its her favorite. You might be wondering, how can something in blue be interesting?

All in blue, The Fight! As if its happening in real. A piece of art so lifelike.

A masterpiece created by 27-year-old, Helena Hauss, a Parisian illustrator. Drawing is her passion, and she spends most of her days doing it.

The Sleeping Beauty. I know what came into your mind, but its admirable how she portrayed it. Taking eyes off it is difficult.

Just look at the way the detailings are done in the hair. The eyes seem real staring back at you. They tell the whole story.

Its hard to believe that simple ball pens can achieve such level of perfection. Simplicity at its best!

Immediately catches your attention even though its incomplete. No doubt it requires commitment, patience and a lot of hard work to create such a beauty.

Her work is admirable. I loved the way she captured each and every detail. Now thats what I call giving wings to your imagination. The expressions of the guy and that girl holding that magazine are so natural.

I watched every bit of it with wonder, occasionally wowing. Just notice that part when she is done with detailing the hair, its wondersome.

The ball pen is Helenas magic wand. Pure magic it is. She may soon get a letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.



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