Hyperrealistic miniature drawings by Paul Chiappe
Hyperrealistic miniature drawings by Paul Chiappe. For Scottish artist Paul Chiappe old postcards, newspapers and books bought at antique shops and online auction sites are a source of inspiration, supplying him with new images for creativity. Paul Chiappe – the famous author of photorealistic images drawn with pencil. Pencil and paper, charcoal and airbrush sometimes, are all tools the artist needs. Drawings of the artist are so small that a person of his character gets a size of about 1 mm, not to mention the more minor details. Paul Chiappe began drawing with pencil in elementary school, he then received the art education. Often a single drawing takes about three months, and sometimes more, depending on the complexity, the number of parts, as well as their size. The artist works on a drawing, with bated breath, in the literal sense of the word. This is a necessary precaution to avoid shaking the hand. Paul was born in 1984, Kirkcaldy, Scotland. Lives and works in Edinburgh.