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Remrov

Remrov

Autistic Photorealistic Pencil Artist

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My name is Remrov. I'm an autistic savant and self-taught pencil artist who makes photorealistic pencil drawings of everything I find interesting, mainly animals. Because of my autism I see and experience the whole world differently and in tiny little details. My drawings tend to be this way too, very precise and detailed. When I'm out in public I often get very overwhelmed by all the sensory input I receive all at once, and this can be very chaotic. When I'm working on a drawing I only have to focus on one thing, the details of my drawing. This is one of the reasons why I love drawing so much.

I am a huge animal lover and I find it very important to help animals with my drawings. I often donate part of the proceeds of my work to good causes like the Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie, and Chengeta Wildlife, and organization that fights against the poaching of African wildlife.

If you like to know more about me, come visit my website: www.remrovsartwork.com, or join my other fans on my Facebook page: www.facebook.com/remrovsartwork

Besides being an artist I also devote my time on raising awareness and understanding about autism. In 2015 I started making videos in which I share my experiences and in which I talk about many different topics related to autism. If you like to see my videos, visit my Patreon page: www.patreon.com/remrovsautism

My name is Remrov. I've already made all kinds of artwork since I was little, but now I specialize in making photorealistic drawings of people, animals, trees and houses. I also enjoy making fantasy and cartoon drawings.

I have autism and due to this I see the whole world in tiny little details. My artwork tends to be this way too. Very precise and detailed.

I also make drawings for good causes. I donate 25% of the proceeds of my Koala Art to the Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie, Australia. And recently I started making elephant portraits. I donate 25% of the proceeds of this work to Chengeta Wildlife, an organization that fights against the poaching of wildlife in Africa.