This Self-Taught Brazilian Artist Creates Page-Leaping Art

Some people are naturally talented, it’s unfair how good they can be at something that some people spend years and years to try and be good at.

This self-taught Brazilian artist Tullius Heuer is a good example.

The 29-year-old artist has a degree in the IT field and he probably could have landed himself a cushy job for the rest of his life if he wanted. But, instead, he decided to go the artist route full-time, and you can’t exactly fault him for thinking that he’s going to go somewhere, because his art is just plain awesome.

Creating digital artworks that look like they literally want to jump off of the page, his works are masterpieces well worthy of praise.

Heuer claims that it takes him an average of about 9 to 10 hours to complete each digital art. Although, seeing as to how incredibly detailed each piece is, you’d think that it would have taken him a lot longer.

Then again, that just helps speak to how incredibly and naturally talented of an artist he is.

If what we said about Heuer’s artist has got you hooked, then worry no more. Below, you’ll find many Tullius Heuer’s page-leaping sketches.