Pencil drawing Taylor Swift

Pencil drawing Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is my most favorite artist to draw

Colored pencil drawing Jack Sparrow

Colored pencil drawing Jack Sparrow

Color pencil drawing 'Jack Sparrow'; made at the age of 17. This drawing took 500+ hours to draw. Jack Sparrow is a big inspiration for me. The first moment that I saw Jack when I was 10 I immediately loved him. He always makes me happy! This was the most diffecult drawing that I ever drew in my life. I never spend so much time on a drawing... I learned a lot from it to use for future drawings. I did this drawing twice, I had some problems with the first so I decided to start all over again. There was a lot of patience needed but all done with love! Jack Sparrow: 'Now bring me that horizon!' tools: Colourpencils, white pastell, kneaded eraser, tisuess time: 50+ hours (Don't know exactly but it was A LOT!) 2011

Pencil drawing Angelina Jolie

Pencil drawing Angelina Jolie

I love the movie 'Mr. and Mrs. smith' and thought to myself angelina is so beautiful so I drew her.

Rajacenna is a former child prodigy who, at the age of 16, was discovered as one of the world’s best and youngest hyper-realistic pencil drawing artists.

She is now worldwide known as ambidextrous drawing phenomenon because of being able to create 2 different photo-realistic drawings with 2 hands simultaneously at the same time.

During an EEG scan for a popular scientific TV program, it became clear that during drawing, there is superhuman brain activity to be registered in Rajacenna’s brain, according to neuro therapist and world’s number one EEG Biofeedback expert Bill Scott.

During these measurements, Rajacenna’s brain showed:
• an Einstein brain signature
• the highest brain peak performance ever measured
• that it is for the most part sleeping during drawing simultaneously at the highest level

Rajacenna is an “extraordinary human being; she has a very exceptional brain”: is the conclusion of Bill Scott and several brain experts. “I have never seen this before in anyone’s brain.