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Artist Uses Photoshop to Create Extraordinary Images of Animals

Julien Tabet is a 20 year old frenchmen using an incredible amount of creativity and skill to create the unimaginable for his audience. The difficulties that artists face when it comes to keeping their audience’s attention isn't easy to overcome. There are so many talented artists, it’s not easy to stand out in the middle of the crowd. Yet, Julien Tabet has done just that. His Instagram is where his work is displayed. However, he does provide more than just that. He shows the proof of his hard work with time-lapse videos on youtube for each of his creations. Here's a selection of his work. Feel free to relish in his talent!

 

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Julien Tabet animals photoshop

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Image Credits: Julien Tabet 

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