This Guy Started Making Art After A Tragic Accident. His Technique Is Hard To Believe.

He's such an inspiring person.

Imagine being a 17-years-old talented, popular, aspiring athlete. The world is your oyster. Then one day, out of nowhere, it all snaps — one tragic accident turns your entire existence upside down and nothing's ever how it was supposed to be.

This is pretty much the scenario of Henry Fraser's life.

Back in 2009, Fraser, then 23, was on vacation in Portugal with his friends. The trip hadn't gone smoothly from the very beginning, but events took a horrific turn when Fraser dislocated his neck by diving into the shallow ocean. 

The accident left Fraser quadriplegic, which means his body is completely paralyzed from the shoulders down.

But Frayser refused to let his condition slow him down. After months of rehabilitation, he was able to operate a wheelchair, lift weights and ... paint.

Yes, paint. With his arms paralyzed, Henry is still able to create elaborate artworks using only his mouth.

Think this is impressive? Wait 'til you see more ...

Frayser calls them 'mouth paintings' and mostly focuses on drawing his favorite athletes.

Here's an incredibly accurate portrait of David Beckham. Can you imagine this was done without using hands?

Here's Frayser working on a watercolor painting of the soccer player Didier Drogba.

Apparently, Frayser studied art in school, but didn't really practice it until after his accident.

Now, Frayser's art is quickly gaining momentum. It has been recognized by celebrities such Roger Federer, Usain Bolt and J.K. Rowling.

Check out more of Henry's works below, including Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather.