A Hero, in 3.2 Million Dots

​Miguel Endara admits that the 3.2 million dots used to create an image of his father's face is an estimate -- but it's pretty close. 

For a year (he estimates about 210 hours of work time, at 4.25 dots per second), Endara stippled with his Sakura Pigma Micron pen on a plain piece of paper. The result is "Hero", which is one of Endara's few pieces of artwork -- mostly, he says, because stippling takes so long. 

See a time lapse of his work after the jump ...

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