Plenty of people possess a knack of conjuring sketches that leave one wondering if a real life image is on view. Dirk Dzimirsky is one such class act. His oil paintings require as much as 130 hours completing. He spends just over a day to finish a charcoal drawing, though. It’s about infusing life in each character for him. Thus, every brush stroke feels as if he is “describing aspects of a person and even about the character.” Here’s some candy for your eyes.