Photorealistic graphite drawings by Malaysian artist Monica Lee. Lee spends about 3–4 weeks to complete each drawing using photographs to create these highly-detailed works. The artist attributes her love for hyperrealism to her father, who worked in the field of photography, and she also admires the works of Dirk Dzimirsky and Paul Caden.
I like to challenge myself with complex portraits especially people with freckles or beard. And I’m addicted to details. I like drawing in as much details as I can into my work.