Oh Goodness! Artist spends 70 hours creating an amazing image out of dots

Published on : 2016-08-15 Last Updated : 2016-08-16

OMG! Maybe you haven’t seen something creative and amazing art like this in your whole life. It’s a classic masterpiece from an artist that takes an art into the whole different level. No matter how much talent a person can be, they cannot produce best things without sticking with its work and persevere when the going is tough.

A quote of 18th-century author Samuel Johnson defines it perfectly:

Great works are performed not by strength but by Perseverance”.  

This Quote well defines the art and perseverance of the Julia Koceva, who creates an incredible jaw-dropping piece of Image. Julia Koceva is now on the top of Headlines for her stippling technique, bringing Lots of attention toward her. She completed his art in 70 hours and this technique is called “Stippling” that needed a thousand of Dots to complete Art.

Here is a video of Julia Koceva amazing technique of Arts.

It is surprising being a criminologist in Sweden, how she transformed into an incredible artist who created this masterpiece. During daytime, she is a criminologist and night time she is an incredible artist. With her artistic talent, she created herself as one of the most talented ladies in the universe.

Have a look on some of her amazing and incredible work posted on Instagram. Absolutely brilliant and magical Work.


This one goes out to everyone who's ever said I don't really draw these by hand  watch me hard at work #stippling#pointillism#dotwork#ink#golf#blackwork#copicmarker#supportartists#theartisthemotive#artistinspired

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Go to the link in my bio for prints! This will be the last week where I will have originals and a couple of prints available for sale because of an upcoming exhibiton in october!

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I've posted this original plus the two stippled roses on www.artfido.com/juliakocevas. I am on my way home from some traditional Swedish midsummer festivities and I will post shots from my new project next week:)

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Quite pleased I finished this in spite of my fixed wrist :) prints available: www.etsy.com/shop/juliakocevas (link in bio!) #stippling#dotwork

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Just finished the Alchemist for the third time. Here's why I love it; "The miner had abandoned everything to go mining for emeralds. For five years he had been working a certain river, and had examined hundreds of thousands of stones looking for an emerald. The miner was about to give it all up, right at the point when, if he were to examine just one more stone — just one more — he would find his emerald. Since the miner had sacrificed everything to his destiny, the old man decided to become involved. He transformed himself into a stone that rolled up to the miner's foot. The miner, with all the anger and frustration of his five fruitless years, picked up the stone and threw it aside. But he had thrown it with such force that it broke the stone it fell upon, and there, embedded in the broken stone, was the most beautiful emerald in the world."

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It is hard to believe Julia Koceva created an art with nothing but just a dot with a ball pen on paper. Stippling is an ink drawing technique where you use a small dot to create Light and shadow. Her patience is inspiring and amazing.

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