More paintings by Lu Cong.
i love how the subject’s shirt is handled in the first image
The whole painting seems to be built up with pointillism, i love it
my thoughts exactly
their eyes are so creepy
The skin texture in the first two is amazing.
love the eyes
I’m lovin’ the second to last painting, the messy hair is a great touch! plus all the other one’s are amzing as well!
I love the colours. Perfect
Portrait paiting is so difficult! Specially to keep the presence of the model. No make-up at all here. It’s a great work! Thanks for sharing it. My favourite one is on the artist website. It’s called “Study of Verity Jane”…
Jeff do you have a website for this painter?
just click on the artists name!
Its just a redirect to this page
increible me encanta el tratamiento realista casi plastico,
Qué realista parecen fotografias.
well done but sooo scary! I’d like to know more about the content or the titles!
The first one looks like she’s hiding a person inside of her… eerie
I could stare at each one for hours. They make me feel so vulnerable. Amazing painter 🙂
beautifully surreal, they have a certain captivating weirdness.
I love how it’s an asian painting gingers…..yes!!
this are just creepy
mean something about H-creepy?) look’s like junkies) lol)
Amazing! Awesome! Love his pictures.
Wow! really6 intense!
the skin, the eyes, the hair (I think in the order of what I absolutely love about this?!) is just BRILLIANT in the third, my goddddddd
Adorable! Fuckin talented!
wow intense. looks so simple, but they disturb you. the last one just gets u
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A selection of work by illustrator Laura Liedo. More images below.