Incredible Beagle’s Image (11 pics)

Posted in       2 Dec 2011       7006       4 GALLERY VIEW

It took Joel Brochu much patience, dedication and 8 long months to complete this awesome image of a beagle. The most incredible part about this artwork is how it was made. Joel used 221,184 nonpareil sprinkles of six colors to create his “candy” dog.

 

This masterpiece was made with the help of a customized computer program. Joel Brochu had a high definition photo of 4 feet by 1.5 feet (1.2 m by 0.45 m) board as a template for placing each tiny candy bead. At a distance of 16 feet (about 5 m), the sprinkles blur and the human eye is tricked into believing that it’s looking at a huge photograph.


Credits:  www.flickr.com
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GOODSTUFF4U 9 year s ago
lots of effort units
       
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Fenrisulven 9 year s ago
This seriously kick ass!! It requires a lot of knowledge on how our brain processes colors. Up close, there is a lot of blue beads, but from a distance, no obvious blue colors is visible. Since the beads don't come in many different shades, mixing of colors like this is necessary to create an illusion of different shades of colors in the image.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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orendadude 9 year s ago
cool
       
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Peanut 9 year s ago
Wow! Amazing piece of work.
       
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