Purrfect Realistic 3D Cat Portraits Made Out Of Felted Wool By A Japanese Artist

It is very pleased to see such amazing artworks that are made by humans with their elaboration and patience. The following story will inspire you all.


Needle felting is a fun and exciting hobby if you have a knack for handcrafts, which requires some skill and patience, a various range of things can be created by felting. Wakuneco is a Japanese artist that choose to make incredible hyper-realistic and stunningly beautiful cat portraits by this specific technique.

Japanese is famous to be known as one of the elaborate people in the world. So that it isn’t strange when a work that requires so much patience like this needle felting story, is about a Japanese woman.

The artist uses wool of various colors and creates 3D pet portraits using needle felting techniques. On her Instagram, Wakuneco has shared that it’s a very long and delicate work, and it takes her about a month to complete one portrait, but the resulting needle felt animals pays the effort fully. Wakuneco uses pictures of real cats to create portraits as realistic as possible.

Let’s take a closer look at Wakuneco’s work, maybe you’ll be inspired somehow.

Japanese artist Wakuneco started making 3D realistic pet portraits since 2015.

When you first looking at her work, you can imagine that she has been spending her life to make these portraits.

Here are some of Wakuneco’s finished artworks.

Are you considering to give your pet a new gift? This is such a special one.

More info: Instagram (h/t: boredpanda)


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