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After 70 Hours Of Drawing Dots, The Camera Pulls Back And She Reveals Something Amazing

After 70 Hours Of Drawing Dots, The Camera Pulls Back And She Reveals Something Amazing
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Aristotle said, "Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet". This saying is apt for a Swedish artist Julia Koceva, who is a criminologist and a mind blowing stipple artist.

Koceva spent 70 hours thoroughly to form a unified image out of tiny dots using a ballpoint pen. Her remarkable artwork has become a viral sensation and encouraged people to try stippling artwork.
The technique of stippling is not at all easy, but Julia has mastered it in such a way that she brings her paintings to life. Her fantastic works include animals, portraits of celebrities and scenic beauty.

Because of her artwork, she has earned a fan-base that is amazing. And, if you are also an art lover, check out her incredible artistic approach on her official Instagram account and here as well.

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In and out follow-up artwork 

In and out follow-up artwork 

The unique stippling is carried patiently with in and out drawing of ballpoint pen dots.

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Hairless Kitty

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A cat without hair is created beautifully with stippling. Looks so real, doesn't it?

Horse in sorrow

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The portrait of Wild Horse defines sorrow of an animal in a terrific way.

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Portrait of Bob Di Nero is absolutely perfect. 

Ferrocious Tiger

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RIP Starman

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Unique portrait of David Bowie crafted by Koceva is really outstanding.

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Pain artwork accomplished

Pain artwork accomplished
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This is not just a portrait, it depicts the sorrow of a human soul deep in thoughts.

Wild Elephant

Wild Elephant
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An Elephant in stippling artwork is just wonderful.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Louis-Dreyfus
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This wondering expression of Julia Louis-Dreyfus is now an immortalized artwork.

Human capture

Human capture
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This is not just portrait it's a speechless art of entire human frame.

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