is a German self-educated illustrator. He works in a style that most people refer to as photorealism or hyperrealism. He uses photos as references for his hyperrealistic drawings and paintings but he is not after a perfect reproduction at all. He uses a photo very loosely once the proportions are established. He usually works as if he was drawing from a live model actually. He works with movement and expression, working fast on larger, more unimportant areas, and slowing down on parts that need more attention. He’s actually improvising a lot. His main concern is to capture the essence and substance of forms in order to get close to a perceptible presence of the subject. He lives and works in Warmsen, a small town in Germany.
More about Dirk Dzimirsky and his works here.