This is called the “Personality Formation”
And this is how the drawing goes
This Belarus-based illustrator has set out to make profoundly detailed illustrations of different characters, and they appear to be something that comes straight out of a dream. His illustrations are so surreal and they wonderfully personify animals in a wide range of imaginative scenes.
Each impressive stippled drawing is composed of millions of tiny hand-drawn dots and fine lines
The illustrator achieves an impressive level of tonality
And this is the final piece... Remarkable
There’s another intriguing piece, named "Guessing On A Cabbage Head," where you can see an ape who looks wise and is wearing a human dress with an outdated powdered wig. The ape is thinking about the question, "Who are we and how did humans first appear on Earth?" and Kashtalyan admits that he often asks those questions to himself, but he still has no answers up to today.
This surreal illustration is called “Far Side of the Moon”
The drawing is taking place right here
This street artist covers an amazing amount of detail
“I wish my art to make our world better”
This piece is called “The Last Romantic”
Millions of tiny dots
This piece is titled “Guessing On A Cabbage Head”
“I want people to look around and think”
This illustration is called “Fox in Apricots”
Another amazing art is being drawn
This bears the title “To Draw or Not to Draw”
And here we have “The Trivial Round”
Next is titled “Freedom of Speech”
While most of his drawings are monochrome...
Others are colored digitally, bringing even more life to the scene...
A fix in an outfit
The drawing proper
Isn't this beautiful?
It was achieved with some “Extra Effort”
And finally, we have “Rendezvous, or Memory of the First Love”
These pictures show that we can actually bring to life whatever we can think of and even make something more wonderful out of it. Want to see more of Kashtalyan's portfolio, which is full of surreal illustrations?