Charcoal and graphite drawings by Hong Chun Zhang.
What detail! These make me think of the horror movie The Grudge
I would love to see these in person
wicked! love it.
Oh wow, these are amazing!
WOW. this is my new favorite.
The scissors piece should be black-listed, it made me nervous around such beautiful hair
OMG!!! SOOOOO FREAKIN’ BEAUTIFUL!!!
oh crap. i thought was some digital print, Photography or digital brushing. It’s CHARCOAL and Graphite. awesome.
so amazing like UUUULLLL
Great! Original and loooong work! :) love it
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The first one is my favorite for sure. So spooky, and I agree with the “Grudge” comment. These are fantastic, I can’t believe they’re not digital.
I definitely want to hear what is on that cassette tape.
aaaaahhh!!! this is so damn cool! such talent
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gosh i love this really really alot
Beautiful hair.love it.
I LOVE your work! So inspired!!
hi deer the best work thanks a paiter iran love y
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