April 15


Japanese Artist Makes Realistic 3D Cat Portraits Out Of Felted Wool, And The Result Is Too Purrfect


Cat Behavior

Japanese artist Wakuneco takes something as simple as wool and constructs unbelievable hyper-realistic cat portraits.

The artist uses wool of various different colors and creates 3D portraits of cats employing needle felting techniques. On her Instagram, the artist shared that it’s a very long and delicate run and it takes her about a month to complete one portrait, but the stunning result is worth the efforts.

The artist utilizes pictures of real cats to make portraits as realistic as possible.

Take a look at some of her runs below.

Japanese artist Wakuneco started needle felting only in 2015

However, looking at her works it seems that she’s been doing it all her life

She employs pictures of real cats as a reference to attain her portraits as real as possible

Take a look at some of the beautiful runs below


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