Hanna Tsukanova can make a duplicate of your beloved pet.
Well, not exactly, but she’s able to produce the next best thing.
She creates 3D portraits of animals using natural sheep’s wool, and quite frankly, they are incredibly realistic.
One portrait can take more than 10 hours to complete, but Hanna doesn’t mind.
She wrote on Bored Panda: “My eyes get tired and my fingers are pinched by a needle. But I really love this job! And I really love every model!”
And if you’re an aspiring artist in need of some motivation, Hanna has some sound advice. She told Bored Panda: “I am often asked how I do it. I answer honestly that only with the help of God. Because I never went to art school and do not know how to draw at all. I do how I feel.”
Who’s ready to start dry felting?