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    Amazing 'Last Supper' art using ballpens on receipt goes viral

    MANILA, Philippines –
    The amazing replica of the famous “Last Supper” art using just ballpens on a receipt recently went viral. A lot of netizens were impressed that the artist was able to recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s fresco with such accuracy and vibrant colors on that small piece of paper!

    Amazing "Last Supper" art using ballpens on receipt goes viral
    Photo credit: James Abayon Lolo / Facebook

    Artist James Abayon Lolo from Tagum City in Davao, southern Philippines impressed netizens with his colorful artwork made only using ballpens on nothing but a small piece of receipt.

    In a post on Facebook, the artist shared photos of the small yet incredible artwork he created. He hopes that in sharing this art created on such a simple medium, he might inspire other artists to not give up even if they don’t have enough art materials.

    Amazing "Last Supper" art using ballpens on receipt goes viral
    Photo credit: James Abayon Lolo / Facebook

    Considering that art materials can be so expensive, many netizens were impressed that he was able to find a way to create an amazing art piece on something that most people just throw away.

    Amazing "Last Supper" art using ballpens on receipt goes viral
    Photo credit: James Abayon Lolo / Facebook

    “I just want to share this artwork I made using receipt. This is freehandly drawn using ballpoint pens. I enjoyed doing this kind of art style since it not just enhances my skills but my patience at the same time. Go beyond on your creativity lang guys hihi. Don't restrain yourself just because of insufficient art materials. You can make a masterpiece with all the things and stuffs around you 🙂,” James wrote.

    “Sana magustuhan nyo 🙂 “Last Supper” of the great Leonardo Da Vinci. Ballpoint on receipt.”

    It is amazing how James was able to achieve this replica of the masterpiece with such an amazing degree of detail. Considering that it is on a very small piece of paper, this is really surprising and incredible at the same time.

    James even shared photos of how he first started on the artwork with the drawing of Jesus in the middle. Then, the drew the disciples at the right side before completing the opposite side. His artwork is truly impressive.

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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