Sushant S Rane, a first year student of Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai is currently in great demand. With several celebrities like Ritesh Deshmukh praising him on Twitter, his Instagram handle already has 33,000 followers. At the centre of all this attention are his hyper-realistic 3D drawings of everyday objects – like a bulb or a soda can – that have gone viral.
The 19-year-old, who takes one whole day to complete a single 3D drawing, is a self taught artist – although it took him just six weeks to master the art.
Rane also posts progress pictures and videos of his drawings for his followers to track, and also inspire other potential artists.
Here’s a look at some of the creations of this gifted young man:
1. Can a can!
2. All cracked up
4. Sunny side up
5. Can you solve this?
Sushant also uploads these pictures and videos on his Facebook page Shant Fine Art.
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You can view more of Sushant’s drawings, here.
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