Miguel Endara draws his dad using 3.2 million ink dots.
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holy crap…. that’s patience right there
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damn… very cool
looks like he’s a born tattooist 😉
Thats incredible and inspiring!
wow. Do you know how long it took?
I kind of hate to say it but I am a little more interested in how all the dots were counted than I am in the drawing itself. But I mean, I am VERY interested in how the dots were counted…
haha i thought about this too
😀 one of my most favorite types of art. I did several pictures like this. It used to be called Pointillism. Don’t know what it’s being called now, but watching this makes me want to do another. It’s a lot of fun!
Ummmm??!!!! this is craziness
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WHAAT! soo dedicated to his stippling, amazing.
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Wow. Just, wow.
looks like your face on a copy machine…
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