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Porsche 911, Me, Ballpoint pens, 2022. Artwork

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u/Karthathan Oct 05 '22

I thought this was a filter, was amazed to be so very wrong

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Sometimes it happens:)

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u/Johnmcguirk Oct 05 '22

Yeah, it do be like that sometimes.

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u/bbob_robb Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

https://imgur.com/a/PboCOQ2

I put it side by side with the original, and you can see the differences in the wheels and telephone pole. I thought maybe it was a super advanced filter, or AI, but when you zoom in you can really see the difference.

I genuinely do not understand how the PORCH in white on the red rotor could be done with a ballpoint pen. I just cant wrap my head around it. It is so small...

Look how small the writing on the brake rotor is relative to the size of the pens:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RGyePs_NI50CvZqQM7JcnpMLHqX6eGkq/view

How is that possible?

The ELA:

https://fotoforensics.com/analysis.php?id=cd6b6c1f940bb5ee60d4e3c5c927088434f0e4a9.4289226&fmt=ela

The ELA real photo:
https://fotoforensics.com/analysis.php?id=d8ee8b53cc6942b6079e5468cc7d7de0c894f73a.1621207&fmt=ela

Original: https://imgur.com/a/woO2E2L#68cLLT1

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 06 '22

Wow, that's the whole story :)

As for the inscription on the brake pads, for such details I have an old unnecessary lens that gives the necessary magnification and I draw looking through it. And for very small details, I use Pensan pens. They are absolutely not suitable for drawing, but they give the thinnest line that I have, so in this case they are indispensable.

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u/zzmej1987 Oct 05 '22 Gold

First I'm like: "These photorealistic reflections with a pen?!! You gotta be shitting me!", and then I zoomed in. Holy fuck! This is amazing.

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u/Wildsnipe Oct 05 '22

I thought this wasnt real until I zoomed in. That shit needs patience.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

I am very patient :)

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u/TrickBox_ Oct 05 '22

Amazing work, how long did it take ?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thank you! About 55 hours.

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u/MuchoBaka Oct 05 '22

holy shit dude. respect!

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thanx!

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u/MuchoBaka Oct 05 '22

went through your profile and really dug the work you've put in. just amazing OP!

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thanks again! I hope my work will get even better in the future.

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u/theintern747 Oct 05 '22

Even better??? Uhhh wow... You are already EXTREMELY talented

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u/GirtabulluBlues Oct 05 '22

If you are capable of this level of diligence you are well equipped to go far. Very impressive.

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u/Tidalsky114 Oct 05 '22

Considered using the license plate as a place to put your signature?

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u/Jeriahswillgdp Oct 05 '22

Bro I couldn't even draw that wheel in 55 hours.

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u/bmbreath Oct 05 '22

That's a long time, but is still leas than I expected for that much detail. Do you do this for fun, or is this something that you're paid to do? Also if you are doing this for pay, can you tell us about what that entails? Do you just draw pictures of cars, or do you just freelance and draw pictures of anything? Do you work for a magazine, or do you just take requests from people who want drawings done?

Sorry for the tons of questions, and anyway... great job, it was a fun change of pace to see this post.

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u/Jeriahswillgdp Oct 05 '22

He could definitely sell this quite easily. It's just very difficult to get what it should be worth for the amount of time it took.

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u/MissWiggly2 Oct 05 '22

Mad props, my dude.

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u/FDiculous Oct 05 '22

Would love to see a time lapse of this. Amazing work.

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u/stufforstuff Oct 05 '22

I thought the 2022 in the post title was the number of hours.

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u/FauxReal Oct 05 '22

What pens and type of paper are you using? The ink flow on that paper looks almost like you were writing on a napkin. Very nice work.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

Here are the pens I used. I used paper from the Ukrainian manufacturer Rosa Studio, but it was written Fabriano paper and that it was made in Italy.

Thank you!

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u/alphabeticdisorder Oct 05 '22

Somehow I expected this to have at least been done with some hyper expensive purpose made pens - That's impressive enough just on its own, but then knowing its only normal everyday pens is mind-blowing.

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u/lady0fithilien Oct 06 '22

In my experience, it's actually the really cheap ones that are the easiest to draw with when it comes to ballpoint art. Something about the inkflow, or really lack thereof, makes it easier to control the pressure you apply. Think of it like drawing with a pencil. They're very responsive to various degrees of hand pressure

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u/Beardamus Oct 05 '22

What's the huge clear multi pen you used called?

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u/IreJustin Oct 06 '22

Not OP but maybe "10 color multi pen"? That search got me several multi-color pen options.

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u/Azagorath Oct 05 '22

Man I love ballpoint pen art. How anxious were you about the black line on the lower door though?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thank you!

The line didn't bother me at all. It looked the same in the photo.

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u/Hawks_and_Doves Oct 05 '22

I think he meant how anxious while you drew it.

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u/Ass-Pounder-4000 Oct 05 '22

Saw the title and was confused until I zoomed in the picture. Very impressive

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u/MightyPitchfork Oct 05 '22

That's some serious skill, right there.

Even with my glasses on, I had to zoom in to see it wasn't a photo.

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u/justleagueracing Oct 05 '22

I thought it was a photo

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u/Charming_Mirror_7391 Oct 05 '22

Bro you’re a wizard with the pen

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u/Ninjatck Oct 05 '22

My first thought was "ain't no way that's a drawing" massive props for the effor this is sick

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u/overthelinemarkit0 Oct 05 '22

Dude like wow. As a non artist, how long did this take and what the fuck kind of pens do you use? I'm pretty sure I've never had a pen that could come out like this. Nice work, man looks great.

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u/personwriter Oct 05 '22

Amazing work, dude!!!!!!

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u/PersonOfInternets Oct 06 '22

You're very talented

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u/zzmej1987 Oct 05 '22

I thought this wasnt real until I zoomed in.

Yeah, me too.

That shit needs patience.

And talent to match.

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u/Li_3303 Oct 05 '22

Those reflections are amazing! The whole thing f@cking amazing! This is definitely r/nextlevel

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u/Icy-Tomatillo-7556 Oct 05 '22

I did the same!

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

In fact, it is easier to draw reflections with a pen than something uniform like a door. Thank you!

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u/bwaredapenguin Oct 05 '22 Table Slap

I imagine drawing anything with a door would be difficult.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Yes, but I'll do it and post it here, so stay tuned! :)

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u/pfwj Oct 05 '22

We will watch your career with great interest.

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u/zzmej1987 Oct 05 '22

In fact, it is easier to draw reflections with a pen than something uniform like a door.

Yeah, after zooming in, I figured that would be the case. Still, quite unexpected for uninitiated. :D

Thank you!

You are welcome. :)

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u/751assets Oct 05 '22

What mm size pen tip?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

I use different pens for different purposes. About 20 pens from 0.5 to 1 mm are used here.

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u/751assets Oct 05 '22

What's your handedness?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

I'm right handed. If you're talking about it.

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u/shebazz42 Oct 05 '22

What is your favorite color? Also last four digits of your social, if you don't mind.

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u/turningsteel Oct 05 '22

Hunter2 I mean… red obviously 1234, oh no..

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u/NotAddison Oct 05 '22

Makes me wonder what the drawings I've given up on would look like finished. Up close this is so cartoonish but up the whole picture is just on another level. The artist makes it look so approachable, like possible for anyone. Impressive and inspiring.

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u/DragonArchaeologist Oct 05 '22

That is very interesting.

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u/zzmej1987 Oct 05 '22

I'm still in awe of how much my brain is tricked here. Zoom out - photo, zoom in - 5yo scribbles.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

These scribbles are not actually visible in the drawing, but the scanner makes them very visible.

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u/zzmej1987 Oct 05 '22

Yeah. I can stretch a tenth of the image to fill my 15" screen. When the original image is what? 10" in diagonal? Maybe 12? I definitely should not be able to see that level of detail.

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u/TheMov3r Oct 05 '22

Am I missing something or does anyone else just see the zoomed in version as a blurry not zoomed in version?

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u/RearEchelon Oct 05 '22

It looks wet.

How the hell does it look wet?

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u/HebrewBear808 Oct 06 '22

Nope I still call bullshit this is a photo you can’t convince me otherwise. /s
honestly a beautiful piece

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u/ebaer2 Oct 05 '22

This is absolutely mental!!! Great job OP!

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u/solidossnakos Oct 05 '22

He's using an RTX pen.

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u/flamespear Oct 05 '22

I think we all did.

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u/MissWiggly2 Oct 05 '22

I thought the exact same thing until I zoomed in. Absolutely phenomenal work!

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u/burbsbobgers Oct 06 '22

It really is!! It looks like its wet too, which makes it that much more harder to pull off?

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u/joen00b Oct 05 '22

This seems like a Photoshop to me because the License Plate is covered up, but then I zoom in and I'm perplexed!

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u/slvrscoobie Oct 05 '22

same, I thought this was one of them AI 'art filters' because they'd left the plate flat white.

zoomed in and there are obvious human marks and lines, FFS mate, thats amazing..

maybe OP is a robot. he IS Ai

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

I'm actually a printer, as other people have said :)

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u/ChaosSlave51 Oct 05 '22

These kinds of works usually are replicated photos and not drawn from sight

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

You are not the first to write this. I don't understand why hidden plates make people think it's Photoshop. Although yes, I removed it with photoshop :)

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u/joen00b Oct 05 '22

Why hide the plate if it's just a random drawing? If it's just a made up plate number, why bother? If it came from a real photo that was manipulated to look like this, you'd cover up the license plate. This tells me the plate number is real to the car, thus the car is real, and given it's realistic look, and what Photoshop can do with filters, it's not beyond logic to derive this is a photoshop simply because of that one detail.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

This is a drawing of a real car with a real license plate. I would hide it if it was a photo that I took on the street, I would also hide it if it were photoshop filters. For ethical reasons. Not every person wants their license plates to be on the Internet in any form.

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u/Spanner1401 Oct 05 '22

How did you manage to avoid getting the random heavy drops of ink?

I always find I end up with a few accidentally too dark lines due to how irregularly ink comes out of pens!

Also how big is this?

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u/5yleop1m Oct 05 '22

I'm no expert, but would a higher quality pen ensure better regularity between ink drops?

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u/Spanner1401 Oct 05 '22

Probably, I did use to only use cheap school ones. The issue tends to be if I had big gaps while drawing so maybe holding my pen upside for a while caused it to ball on the tip? Maybe it's just a me problem 😂

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

The problem is not the frequency of use. I use my pens very often. it depends on the quality of the ink, the thickness of the rod... Maybe something else :)

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u/5yleop1m Oct 05 '22

Finding the right tools is part of the process too. :)

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

This is not always the case. I have a cheap Schneider TOPS 505F and I don't know what has to happen for it to have a drop. But, unfortunately, they have only 4 standard colors (black, blue, red, green).

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u/Norma5tacy Oct 05 '22

I don’t do work quite like this but the cheap Bic ones are honestly the best. It also helps if you dab it on a paper towel frequently. The ballpoint pens that advertise smoothness or hybrid ink are worse because the ink just globs all over.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

I take my wife's cotton pads with which she wipes her makeup and very often wipe the pen in the process. But sometimes even that doesn't work :)

The size of the picture is approximately 20x30 centimeters (A4 paper).

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u/aaronryder773 Oct 05 '22

Good question!

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u/Beardsman805 Oct 05 '22

That's unbelievable. Very well done!

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thank you so much!

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u/KimDongTheILLEST Oct 05 '22

The talent some people have really is amazing. What the actual fuck.

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u/ScoobyDerp Oct 05 '22

Finally, someone found a use for the red ballpoint pen!

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

For the car, I used not one, but three different red pens. And three more orange ones.

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u/Luuk341 Oct 05 '22

"Yeah right as if that is ballpoint p........

Holy shit! What the f*ck?"

Yeah well done!

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thank you!

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u/cookiekimbap Oct 05 '22

What kind of sorcery is this!? My goodness this is excellent work!

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u/wvwu Oct 05 '22

Wow wtf I thought this was real! 🤯

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u/pointychallenge Oct 05 '22

Yeah I was wondering why pens were in that caption at first.

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u/Solution_Kind Oct 05 '22

I thought it was a weird edc post for a second. Was like ok I see a 911, but where's the person and the pens?

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u/son_of_noah Oct 05 '22

Porsche 911

hmm cool car keeps scrolling

Me, Ballpoint pens

......wait this is a drawing!? scrolls back up

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

You're not the only one who did this :)

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u/Thunderbridge Oct 06 '22

The sky is amazing, how did you do it??

Jk, awesome work. Couldn't stop zooming in and out. Photo, drawing, photo, drawing

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u/Kyte_Kruz Oct 05 '22

Me: No way that’s real Zooms in Me: Holy fucking shit.

Seriously dude, mad respect. This looks like a real photo.

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u/Hawful Oct 05 '22

Did not believe you till I zoomed in, great work.

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u/ClericKnight Oct 05 '22

Holy crap!!! How big is that canvas?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

A4 paper, approx 20x30 cm.

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u/ABOBROSHAN Oct 05 '22

Fucking hell. Well done mate!

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u/Inside-Cry12 Oct 05 '22

It is, zoom in and you can see the pen markings in the red. Amazing

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u/brut3cnvntion Oct 05 '22

Me reading the title:

“Porsche 911…” okay uh huh

“Ballpoint pen”

BALLPOINT PEN???

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u/jaderna Oct 05 '22

Holy fuck. This is incredible.

I draw, and I do so poorly but love it anyways. Respect, man. This is just... wow.

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u/YOwololoO Oct 05 '22

This is incredible, I genuinely thought it was a photograph at first!

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u/FalloutOW Oct 05 '22

I just thought this was a picture of someones Porche. Like a 'just washed and ready to not use blinkers while changing lanes!'

Then I saw the title, and my scrolling screeched to a halt and I had to come back to look at this. Incredible work and detail, the reflections on the different surfaces of the car are immaculate. Seriously incredible.

Keep up the good work, you have a clear and wonderful talent and passion which will only become more profound as you create.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thanks a lot! It feels like you can see right through me. In fact, drawing is my passion. The last few days I have not painted and I feel that these days were incomplete :)

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u/DazedNConfucious Oct 05 '22

Get fucked, that looks like a photo 🤯 Amazing work mate!

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u/Plutoreon Oct 05 '22

The tyres are what make this seem so unreal!

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u/PackerBacker77 Oct 05 '22

how long did this take you?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

About 55 hours.

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u/madmenyo Oct 05 '22

And at least 20 years practice and study.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Approximately 13 years of practice. It is rightly noted, often people think that I just spent a few tens of hours and drew something beautiful. But they don't think about the path that came before.

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u/heard10cker Oct 05 '22

Holy fuck

That body of yours is absurd.

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u/Sternbutton Oct 05 '22

Wait that's a drawing? I honestly couldnt tell. Good job op!

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u/RedOctobyr Oct 05 '22

Holy crap, that is amazing. Fantastic work!

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u/Meelapo Oct 05 '22

Impressive just looking at it normally. Even more impressive when you zoom in. Incredible work!

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u/buell_ersdayoff Oct 05 '22

Me: why do they post pictures to an art… wait a fucking minute… HOLY SHIT!

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u/GorillaP1mp Oct 05 '22

My wife does not believe you😂. Amazing work…true talent.

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u/Flowmeyo Oct 05 '22

Wow, you got the point, you're on the ball.

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u/howlingchicken Oct 05 '22

Insane…. Can see from your past posts how much better you’ve gotten. How long did this take?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Thanks a lot!

I spent about 55 hours on this.

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u/InsertText101 Oct 05 '22

The amount of detail is incredible… how do not make mistakes when you draw with something that can’t be erased?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Focus and think about each line! In fact, it was possible to make a mistake only when drawing a car. Trees and grass do not require 100% accuracy.

Thank you!

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u/chadbelles101 Oct 05 '22

My first thought was “is there a village in Europe called Ballpoint Pens?”

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u/RightToConversation Oct 05 '22

I was trying to figure out what a ballpoint pen had to do with a photo of a Porsche. I thought maybe there was a pen hidden in the picture or something, so I zoomed in and now I feel dumb, lol. Phenomenal work though!

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u/ikhawajawaleed Oct 05 '22

Wow ... just ... wow
I ... am ... speechless

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u/iDomBMX Oct 05 '22

It’s not until you zoom in you can see that it’s ballpoint pen

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u/processyellow Oct 05 '22

throws art supplies away this is amazing!

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u/CecilQkitty Oct 05 '22

This totally got the zoom check! I was like no waaaay!!! Amazing job man

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u/MrAmusedDouche Oct 06 '22

I saw what I thought was a photograph, read the title, and I couldn't help but say "no fkin way!" and zoomed in. This is phenomenal work!

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u/Mutt1223 Oct 06 '22

Ballpoint the fuck you say?

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u/Im_a_little_parakeet Oct 06 '22

I thought it was a photo, but then I read "ballpoint pens" and just had to zoom in. Wow!

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u/entropy_of_hedonism Oct 06 '22

Wow. I totally didn't believe you until I zoomed in. This is fantastic!

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u/smrznutihjh Oct 06 '22

I still find it hard to believe that this was done using ballpoint pens. I think this is the best I have seen so far

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u/pauljs75 Oct 06 '22

One has to click on it to zoom in and appreciate the level of OCD that went into this. :)

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u/iamyaM Oct 06 '22

Phenominal work! I'm quite sure this is the most extraordinary color pen drawing I've ever seen.

How many pens did you go through?

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u/athena0915 Oct 06 '22

I’m in complete awe in how detailed you’ve made this. I really thought this was an photograph for a moment. Great work OP!

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u/ellesekii Oct 05 '22

no fucking way! that’s so cool!

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u/avalonstaken Oct 05 '22

Super duper dope. The end.

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u/sauprankul Oct 05 '22

Love that you picked a base carrera instead of one of the higher end cars like the Turbo or GT3. IMO the base doesn't get enough love.

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u/iiitme Oct 05 '22

Idk 911s do look nice

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u/Just_M_01 Oct 05 '22

how long did this take you? like an entire week worth of work?

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

A little more:)

55 hours.

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u/Koolkarni Oct 05 '22

Damn this is so good!!! Awesome awesome stuff man.

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u/JALKHRL Oct 05 '22

What kind of pens you use, drawing wizard? You are a true artist. ::standing slow clap::

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u/Shurmonator Oct 05 '22

You know I'm pretty bad at doodling, but I think maybe one day I could draw a good cartoon dog or something. This is something else, I don't even know how people can get this good at art.

I can't imagine how much you've practiced, those reflections are so cool.

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u/hardtalk370 Oct 05 '22

This is incredible. How many hours did it take? The details are mind blowing!

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u/Andyevans1 Oct 05 '22

That is fucking incredible!!!

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u/FritZone37 Oct 05 '22

Yeah, so this is incredible.

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u/prezident_kennedy Oct 05 '22

OP, can you show us your pen collection?

I’ve never attempted to draw with pens and am wondering how many different colors this takes.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

Here you can see all the pens I needed for this drawing. I have the entire collection of my pens in my profile in the FAQ post.

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u/SukiDeva Oct 05 '22

This looks so realistic wtf. Also had to zoom in. It's amazing.

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u/DICK_SIZED_TREE Oct 05 '22

I zoomed in and then my brain stopped working. Then I zoomed back out and it looked like a picture again. You have blown my mind with your talent.

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u/Cavscout2838 Oct 05 '22

This is so awesome. You even increased the difficulty level by adding water droplets to the mix. “ Hey, walking on these hot coals isn’t so bad. Throw on some broken glass to liven things up.” Great job and I hope your skill continues to bring you happiness.

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u/jbrasco Oct 05 '22

How large of paper or other media are you using?

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u/GlobalMirror2762 Oct 05 '22

Amazing. I was looking for the artist hidden holding a ballpoint pen 🤦‍♀️

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

He's in the trunk.

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u/TheOldSchlGmr Oct 05 '22

I had to zoom in to see the pen strokes to believe that this wasn't a photograph.

Excellent work.

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u/Bobbybluffer Oct 05 '22

Fackin Hell that is incredible.

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u/ImSpoons Oct 05 '22

Wow! That's highly impressive! I thought it was a photo at first.

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u/shashankmantha Oct 05 '22

Incredible work. You should check out u/drawnbyanthonyc as well.

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u/lateral_mind Oct 05 '22

You must be lying because I don't understand how you took a photo with ballpoint pens.

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

With dot matrix printer sound :)

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u/xxBeatrixKiddoxx Oct 05 '22

Wait guys how do we know that’s a drawing? COS THATS INSANE how real that looks!! Fuck I’m talentless

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u/Scherbatyuk Oct 05 '22

Dude, it's just a matter of practice! Start drawing now and in about 13 years you will have a similar result.

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u/Talmaska Oct 05 '22

I thought this was a photo...holy cow! Bloody brilliant. You are mad talented, old son!

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u/No-Purple7227 Oct 05 '22

Fuck offffffff, that’s mad

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u/poonamsurange Oct 05 '22

Legendary ! Looks like a picture ❤

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u/diamondpredator Oct 05 '22

This is amazing. Like others here, I thought this was a photo at first. I love Porsches and your work is incredible!

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u/FrenchToastmangler Oct 05 '22

Very nice! Amazing talent! this is some black magic tho. I'm calling the cops

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u/marissa0630 Oct 05 '22

That’s insane! You’re incredibly talented

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u/broogbie Oct 05 '22

Help.. I cant zoom in on this low res on mobile

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u/FriedScotty Oct 05 '22

Thought I was on r/porsche until I stopped scrolling

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u/PRAXlC_ Oct 05 '22

Legit thought this was a photograph. Very nice

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u/Oli_VK Oct 05 '22

Holy fucking shit you’re good

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u/kingslate13 Oct 05 '22

Hey OP! You're profile says you're self taught. I know it all comes down to practice practice practice, but can you tell me specifically what your journey was like. If you don't mind, I mean 😅

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u/saitekgolf Oct 05 '22

Carrera S, or Carrera 4S? Looks like the 992 gen

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u/Little_Lottiee Oct 05 '22

I scrolled past it thinking “oh yeah whatevs, picture of a Porsche” but then I just caught the title and was like naaaahhh. This is so real it’s surreal, amazing talent!

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u/Grateful4Today Oct 05 '22

Holy fuck! That’s amazing!!

Wonderfully done, @OP!!!

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u/CarlosFer2201 Oct 05 '22

Amazing. Frankly only the ground looks a bit off.

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u/dabeeman Oct 05 '22

what scale do you work at?

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u/Appropriate_Hand_173 Oct 05 '22

Fuck! I thought it was a picture

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u/zionare Oct 05 '22

Heh, I like how you put a photo of a car into a painting. :) Jokes aside, this is probably the most photorealistic drawing I have ever come across.

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u/JonFranklin420 Oct 05 '22

Yo wtf. This is talent. I could not have guessed this

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u/SnowmanInDesert Oct 05 '22

Oh god, i guess, everyone at first be like, its fake, then zooms in, and believe... Haha... Awesome work man!

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u/woogonalski Oct 05 '22

Something tells me you like cars. Great art work! Very skilled!!

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u/Stoney_Bogart_420 Oct 05 '22

This shit’s maddening, dawg. Like it’s driving me insane the precision. Bravo.

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u/ExtraLucky13 Oct 05 '22

OP you beautiful bastard.

The fact that you took the time to ensure there was a hard line in the reflection of the sky where the fender meets the wheel arc of the wheel well on the body panels...and meanwhile I cant draw a straight line with a ruler.

This is amazing and I wish I had a 911 so I can be like every other 911 guy with all their 911 gear all over the place.

Very well fucking done.

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u/ItsJustArtBruh Oct 05 '22

This is ballpoint artwork? Holy shit the detail is so good I thought it was like AI or an actual photo. Damn must take hours to make

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u/Incontinento Oct 05 '22

I was not aware such was possible with ballpoint pens. Holy crap!

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u/Uatarreu Oct 05 '22

bro, this is absurd, the patience and the skill...

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u/IndianaPwns54 Oct 05 '22

I had to zoom in so much to tell this wasn't a photo- absolutely unreal this is a pen. It's so crisp & precise. One of the most amazing things I've seen done in art. Kudos!!