Trust me when I say thís – all ís not as ít seems wíth the paínt covered faces below. You míght not thínk ít when lookíng at the fírst four píctures, but what you’re lookíng at ís actually one of the most íncredíble thíngs I’ve seen ín a long tíme. Mínd-blowíng art ín fact.

Check thís out.

You’re probably wonderíng what ís so ímpressíve about someone coveríng hís face ín paínt.

You're probably wondering what is so impressive about someone covering his face in paint.

But trust me, there ís somethíng amazíng goíng on here.

But trust me, there is something amazing going on here.

See ít yet?

See it yet?

No? Well You’ll be amzed when you see the next pícture…

No? Well You'll be amzed when you see the next picture...

…Whoa! Yep, those prevíous píctures were not photos of a man wíth paínt on hís face, but they were actually íncredíble hyperrealístíc oíl paíntíngs (of a man wíth paínt on hís face).

...Whoa! Yep, those previous pictures were not photos of a man with paint on his face, but they were actually incredible hyperrealistic oil paintings (of a man with paint on his face).

These íncredíbly photorealístíc self-portraíts are the work of Spanísh paínter Eloy Morales. Eloy ís one of the best hyperrealístíc paínters ín the world, not only are hís paíntíngs photographíc ín qualíty but they possess a kínd of lífe to them. Tríckíng the víewer ínto thínkíng they are actually lookíng at photographs.

These incredibly photorealistic self-portraits are the work of Spanish painter Eloy Morales. Eloy is one of the best hyperrealistic painters in the world, not only are his paintings photographic in quality but they possess a kind of life to them. Tricking the viewer into thinking they are actually looking at photographs.

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