High resolution realistic portrait paintings, Italian artist Emanuele Dascanio spends hundreds of hours for drawing photo that seems to be photos taken by a high resolution camera. Using his unique pencil portrait techniques using the combination of charcoal and graphite he draws the details meticulously. In these renaissance pencil drawings, a single light source is used for illuminating the subjects. As he has learned the techniques of the oil painting of the great Italian painter Gianluca Corona while he was in school, it becomes easier for him. You will be surprised that he spent 780 hours for a drawing.