stippling

Thursday, December 08, 2011

If you have already seen the video below, then you would know that this is an incredible time-lapse of Miguel Endara drawing his father’s portrait with 3.2 million ink dots. The process is called stippling.
Stippling is the creation of a pattern simulating varying degrees of solidity or shading by using small dots. Such a pattern may occur in nature and these effects are frequently emulated by artists. In a drawing or painting, the dots are made of pigment of a single color, applied with a pen or brush; the denser the dots, the darker the apparent shade—or lighter, if the pigment is lighter than the surface.

Here i’ve added a few other artworks of Miguel, that are just as brilliant as Hero. The incredible details that are inserted into these drawings are mind-boggling.








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