French artist Xavier Casalta possesses tremendous patience and a steady hand which has enabled him to create his latest piece ‘Autumn’ as a part of a series representing the four seasons. Casalta uses a technique called ‘stippling’, where a multitude of tiny ink dots are made in various patterns to create shadows, lines, and textures throughout the piece. Spending a staggering amount of 370 hours, Xavier Casalta meticulously inked 7 million dots creating a flowing depiction of intertwined flowers, gourds, plants, and other vegetation that represent the season autumn. His miraculous precision and attention to detail easily wows anyone who views his work.
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