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Hyper Realistic Painting - oil on canvas by fabiano Millani
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:iconrabessa:
raBessa Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015
Very nice
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:iconvladimir-vasilev:
vladimir-vasilev Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2014
photoshop detected.
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skymongol Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2014
good
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:iconcliftonwebb:
Cliftonwebb Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
The face looks like it's popping right out of the white. You have amazing skill.
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:iconsmil235:
smil235 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i love you..!
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:iconm1eme1m:
m1eme1m Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014
I can not believe my eyes..... 
There are no enough words to express how impressed I am! 
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LilbenArt Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
very nice sir

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missiraqdrawings Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Student
wauwwwwwwwwwwww
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Retro-Red Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2013
Making something small and very detailed is quite the challenge.... SO WHY NOT MAKE SOMETHING BIG AND VERY DETAILED? :D
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cesaretanassi Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Bravo!
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dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
And one more thing about the white balance.. while the guy don't come to talk about that.. (on the link below)
www.simulador.net.br/foto.jpg
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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
First time I see someone saying about own art as HYPER REALISTIC BY ME! with a picture over the painting to prove it's authentic.
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:iconbunnairry:
Bunnairry Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very nicely done~
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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I suspect those works are not your, but a photoshop you do to seems you did.
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First of all, why do you need always show that you are over the paints instead just show them?
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Why on some, the white balance of you are completely different to the white ballance on the background?
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What kind of technic do you use that don't pain in layers but all the layers on each brush pass?
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Why all your paints are flat (no one are in different angle than 90° and on no one we can see other part of the room?
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Are you stealing others photo? It is okay if you say you are a photomanipulator, but the way you show, it seems you want to say you did those images.
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Solokeh-Krontos Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Student Digital Artist
About the white balance, the painting has it's own, as it is a painting, there is no subsurface scattering, or complex interactions with the light. the reflections and light in the painting are made of PAINT, and thus are very different than the reflections and light on an actual person in the same room.
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dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I will make a test with a paint then I will see if it become with good saturation while I become grey
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scottwillders Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Professional General Artist
im starting to see where you're coming from now
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NuttyAsFruitkcake Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist
you made me very suspicious about that artist. 
but after I give it a try to just google his name, I found a way better video. 
And I think he may really painted all these himself.

you'll find the video under the article. 

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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I saw some videos and then I became even more confuse.. because he don't paint following the morphology but in horizontal stripes with no connection..
If you draw a nose, you strat making the line of the nose. but he come painting from left to right.. then he start paiting half of ear, then half of face, then half of nose.. then he go to draw the other half of ear and so on.. like a printer..
This looks like After Effect simple eddition.
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NuttyAsFruitkcake Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist
yeah I understood your point already.
the horizontal way of drawing he did in the video you posted confused me as well.
but i dont know, in the link i tried to show you it seems legit to me. 
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dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I work with video effects and Photo edition...
My work is make others belive that fake things are true.. like photoshop women wrincles and make people fly...
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NuttyAsFruitkcake Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist
yes..you mentioned it. quite a few times actually.

but give it another point of view. 

if he had stolen those artworks from other artist, don't you think somebody hat recognized this?
I mean, these are astonishingly good.
So don't you think if i steal a bunch of artworks (obviously from the same artist, cause they are similar in a few points) sooner or later somebody would say "hey, thats my drawing you are posing in front of!" or "you faked it! this is from the artist XXXX!"
how big is the chance he came along those absolutely great paintings and nobody else has ever seen them anywhere before, if he did not make them himself?

or

he painted them digitally, and just added it into the videos and manipulated them so it would look like he would actually painting them on canvas.
In that case this man would not only be a great artist but also an marketing genius!
The www ist spammed with incredible digital artists. Who would recognize another one? I know it is frustrating, but most people wouldn't even give it a second look, because they still expect photoshop to be some magic tool that makes great art appear completely by itself if you know to klick the right buttons.
So why not telling people its an oil painting?
This is something more of them can relate to.

As a conclusion I would say, theory 1 is pretty unlikely. 
So he is either a genius with oil paintings or a genius with digital painting and marketing. 
I guess I could live with both of them. 
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dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
yes... those things may be true...
But if he paint digitaly and pretend to lie that he did traditionaly he is not a genius, but just one more liar..
Good artist as well but it's not necessary to do that.
BUT.... if he do this digitaly, he would know a lot of image to not have WB difference don't you think?
About steal and be recognized... there is MILLIONS of good artists arround the world and it's not easy for the real owner find those who steal.

I preffer to know that all those paints are of himself... But then, I would like to learn a lot of how do this guy paint as a machine printer. And.. if he do digitaly, why do him decrease his talent lying that it's not on a comunity that people love digital painting?

And... he is brazilian as I am, why does he don't answer me questioning but answer others on his facebook page?
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:iconkongosan:
kongosan Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Professional Artist
Let me answer your questions.

I went to school with several people who were interested in doing realistic or photorealistic work (and this was before anyone was doing hyper realism).

First off to call his hyperrealistic is a bit of a stretch because looking at many of his pieces, they range in their level of realism. From slightly impressionistic to photorealistic. I didn't see any that were hyperrealistic. But anyway...

The people trying to do photorealism in my school tried many different approaches from glazing, to alla prima (which we see here) and many variations between the two. They ultimately went with alla prima as we see here. Why? because it is direct and because you need a place to rest your hand on the canvas or to be able to brush it without smudging (unless you use a maul stick).

The light balance thing you are seeing is the time compression of the video. What I mean is that is you use a software that takes a picture every 10 seconds, then the light is going to be bluish in the morning (most of the time) and turn toward orange in the late afternoon, then towards reddish at sunset. So when you see a video that comprises 9 hours of painting, the color temperature of the ambient light (Measured in Kelvin www.photographymad.com/files/i… will slowly change over the course of the day. But in a video, that would be only a matter of seconds or minutes depending on the speed of the frames. So, 9 hours translated into 30 seconds for example will see the color shifting throughout. I have also seen many examples of stop motion painting examples where the painter started during the day, and then it got dark outside the window, and they turned the light on in the room completely changing the light temperature.

The difference between the color of his skin and the painting is simply because he is standing in a room with real light on his body, and the subject was photographed somewhere else at a different time under different lighting conditions such as outdoors or whatever. Then on top of that, the photo he is working from can be printed (by a photo developing agency) to almost any tone desired by tweaking the controls, and with fluctuations in temperature of the chemicals inside the machine. ALSO, you can manipulate the digital file you are printing using photoshop to make any color cast you want to. So, duh it's a different color.

I have stood right next to a photorealist painter, and it looks exactly like what you see in his videos. He has projected an image to the canvas, and made very light pencil guidelines (or some guys use paint like this guy did). This guy is following the morphology of the subject, so I can't even figure out why you say he isn't. In all of the examples I looked at you can see his brush marks where he has laid down the initial tone, and then lightened and darkened it as necessary to match the photo. This is pretty basic stuff here, dude. But hey... if you don't get it... you don't get it.

Just because there are things you can do in photoshop does not mean that there are not people who are capable of doing incredible work manually that resembles what a mechanical or software process is capable of. For me, I can copy a black and white photo SO closely that it looks exactly like a photo (And when I was in school that was one of the assignments), but I find that to be extremely boring, and why would anyone want to do what a machine can do anyway?

MOST IMPORTANTLY
You have come onto his page and made SO many remarks that you come across as a jackass (and that's not just MY comment about you, this is based on what OTHERS have said). It would be one thing if you simply asked him a few questions about technique or something, but OH NO, you had to do it repeatedly, filling his page with your uneducated suspicion. Your ignorance does not authenticate his supposed deception. It merely points to your own lack of understanding of techniques COMMONLY used by painters. But congratulations on making an ass of yourself, you have done a fine job of that. As a matter of fact, if you put as much time learning to do good work as you have creating suspicion here, you would be a virtuoso already. As to why he does not answer you but answers everyone else? HA! It's pretty obvious that your harassment has gotten out of line. I can tell you that I wouldn't answer your questions either based on your incessant quibbling about his work.

My personal amazement comes not so much from this man's discipline to learn and perfect his craft, but rather from your lack of personal awareness to realize what a giant dick you are. 

I suggest you work on your social skills because they are severely lacking, and no professional artist should ever conduct themselves they way you have done here on this man's page. At the very least, you owe him a big apology.

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ArmandtvandenBerg Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2013  Professional General Artist
really, especially after the vid, you still question him? If the vid has been faked this guy went through way to much drama just to convince a couple of glorified self proclaimed art critics on deviantart that he is the real artist. You have to realize as well... Although this is simply amazing, you are looking at a 15x19cm representation of something that is 120x150cm. Almost all imperfections are then to small to see and works often look even more impressive than they are. It is in essence then easier to do those eyebrows as well as he did in the painting when you don't have to make them as thin as real human hair. If he is a fraud, report him and let DA sort him out. Then lay off him. If they don't it means they accept tat he is legit. 
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misket-nfeos Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ooops it's maybe a cold light for this i dont sure 100% about this :) but your wards looks kinda really ;)
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dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah.. i saw some videos of him and became even more confuse, because he don't paint following the morphology but horizontal stripes with no connection... I never saw that.. as I never saw paint realistic with no layers...
I am confuse.
Out of all tecnics issues I said, I think that he got a need to show it is really him who do those paints... almost a half have him in front trying to prove that... why?
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Davedooo Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
lol are you really that low to spam the same message across multiple images?
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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
AND FINLAY, on this photo on this link fabianomillani.deviantart.com/… above all others... he don't look like to wear what a painter of this magnitude would wear and he looks to be too clean, as his hands.
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dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
and take a look at this other points too on the link below:
www.simulador.net.br/paint2.jp…
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dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
this is what I mean
See on the link below:
www.simulador.net.br/paint_que…
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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
No.. I just made the same question on images that made me think that same.. Span, if you don't know, is another kind of thing with another porpouse. Go learning meanings of internet words before say that.
BY THE WAY..
I didn't acuse, I just made questions... I never said: HE STEAL IMAGES... but I question because there is evidences of different light between him and the images.. because if the light is correct so his painting is over saturated and I would like to know what kind of ink he use.
I would LOVE if it is true, because this would mean there is a great artist on him. But I had work as a proffessional with photoshop on last 15 years and it seems to be strange.
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MutationIsNeeded Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
This is photomanipulation too??-> fabianomillani.deviantart.com/…

I think not.
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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Well... I can't say with 100% OF SURE that it is, but i suspect with a lot of evidences that yes it is photomanipulation
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:iconbaverly:
Baverly Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I agree.
It's weird how he can paint it like that...I mean, he do not have layers in his paintings. 
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kongosan Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Professional Artist
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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
He got this video on youtube to prove he is painting (I never saw artisits with need to prove they own the paints... )
But the strange is that to paint you need understand the morphology and he paint like in horizontal stripes.. it looks like After Effect (I can do that)
And he paint kinda completely different things too, like modern abstract art...
I don't know.. I can't say it's fake, but it really looks like... i never saw somene paint a face on horizontal stipes.
Or this guy is a genius, or he is a poser.
(see the video of he "painting" on horizontal stripes on the link below)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgQugj…
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XocoWilde Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013   Digital Artist
You know, maybe what you say is true. Indeed that video is kinda weird. Lamentably about the prove, I had seeing another artists showing videos because some people reports their works and they can't show it in dA (it happened to an artist I follow here) so, they need to show the WIP to can prove it is their own or just because they like to show their steps, some people learn see them. Now, I understand you don't want to acuse, is what you had saying, but looks like, that's why some people are saying you are spaming. Maybe what would be better is sending a note to him and ask all those questions. Too, I had write some comments to different artist and they never answer me because they doesn't know english. You can try to ask those questions in Portuguese too. Just some ideas.
Anyway, if you find so many points, just report him. But remember, if you do, and isn't true, he will need to erase all this on dA :/
Have a nice day. and sorry for my english.
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:iconfredzz:
Fredzz Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I believe you my friend. I noticed right away that something was wrong..
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:icondvcomk:
dvcomk Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
He got this video on youtube to prove he is painting (I never saw artisits with need to prove they own the paints... )
But the strange is that to paint you need understand the morphology and he paint like in horizontal stripes.. it looks like After Effect (I can do that)
And he paint kinda completely different things too, like modern abstract art...
I don't know.. I can't say it's fake, but it really looks like... i never saw somene paint a face on horizontal stipes.
Or this guy is a genius, or he is a poser.
(see the video of he "painting" on horizontal stripes on the link below)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgQugj…
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Fredzz Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
The white balance of the drawing and him is totally different, that's why I said something is wrong. While the drawing has so much warm tones his face looks very pale. Or this is fake or he is very sick. Ahah! :)
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horsesrock847 Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
h-how is it possible to have such amazing talent??
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JaqErant92 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Dang, man! Looks like a photograph! Masterful skills to the artist.
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TheMouseQueen Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013
Absolutely incredible!
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Airon35TX Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Just great!
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olieinar89 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2013
the artist looks more like a painting than the actual painting...
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:iconomartinfected:
OMartinfected Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
it's impossible..no..omg. i can't believe in this. you're genious. <3
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:iconduchaart:
DuchaART Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing!
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annakoutsidou Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
You are a Phenomenon !!! I'm always speechless with your works ! 
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ChristineGourvest Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013
Génial, bravo!
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