Some artists go far and beyond the scope of sanity to create an ultra realistic painting or sculpture. It’s almost mind boggling how they manage to create something so realistic out of pretty much nothing other than clay or with a few brushes and paint. Their skills border on divine, and you can only wonder how long it must have taken to perfect them. We have featured quite a lot of cool and ultra realistic art here on Bit Rebels, and some of it looks so real that people debate about whether or not it is photography. This time around, we’re going to visit the Star Wars galaxy for inspiration. The artist is Andrea Eusebi, and what she did is something I’m sure most artists can’t do.
Andrea created an ultra realistic and creepy Yoda sculpture that I am sure anyone would be hesitant to walk up to. If you have ever wondered what it must feel like to chat with Yoda in real life, well, this could be somewhat of a visual representation of that. Andrea has taken Yoda and made him a lot more lifelike, if you will.
Painting him in human skin color definitely makes him a whole lot more ultra realistic, and it almost make him not look like Yoda anymore even though he sports the exact same structural features as he does when he’s greenish. The sculpture itself was built using Plasteline modeling clay, and I don’t think anyone will disagree with me when I say that the ultra realistic result is almost madly confusing at times. I am sure that if you found this sculpture standing around as a full-body mechanical doll somewhere, you would be creeped out beyond your wildest nightmares. Don’t get me wrong though, Yoda is all about kindness and the good, but this thing is just so ultra realistic that it really creeps me out. Period.
Andrea Eusebi’s Ultra Realistic Yoda Sculpture