Ambidextrous Artist Paints With Both Hands At The Same Time

Ambidexterity is a rare skill that only 1% of the world population possesses. Casually able to switch between left and right, ambidextrous people aren't restricted, they can write and draw with equal ease with both hands. 

Taking this skill to the next level is Japanese ambidextrous artist Toru (@toru.kn), who shows off his skills by often completing two works of art at the same time. 

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Emma on the left, Ryan on the right, Toru draws twice as much talent with complete ease - and probably captures the La La Land stars more skillfully than most of us could with just one hand. 

Every double masterpiece is accompanied by the humble caption "I drew two pictures very slowly," making the working process even more fascinating to watch. His drawings use ink wash painting as the primary method, allowing for gorgeous detail in every face. 

As well as his amazing ambidextrous anomalies, Toru creates intricate pointillist portraits of some of our favorite characters and stars too. Beauty and the Beast, Michael Fassbender and Marilyn Monroe feature in the mix of the artist's growing and impressive portfolio. 

Take a look at Toru's skills below, and keep up to date with his work on his Instagram account

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