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MATERIALS USED IN ART-MAKING HAVE ALWAYS ranged from the traditional to the unusual to the everyday. The self-taught artist James Castle used fireplace soot and his own saliva to make a kind of black ink, eschewing pens and paper that his family tried to give him.

The above drawings were drawn by Spanish artist Juan Francisco Casas, who uses up to four ballpoint pens to create his stunningly photo-realistic drawings, some measuring up to 10 ft. (3 meters) high. These images are courtesy Bored Panda here.

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