Miguel Endara recorded himself creating a portrait of his father.
Endara used a technique called "stippling" which is covering a surface with tiny dots and small pecks with a pen.
The process is considered one of the most tedious ways to create, and it is no wonder why.
The drawing took 210 hours and 3.2 million dots to complete. But the finished product is incredible.
So far Endara's video has more than three-million views on his vimeo.com page