This Japanese Artist Created Amazingly Detailed Painting by Working on It 6 Times a Week Over More That 3 Years

Posted on Jan 04, 2017

Manabu Ikeda is an artist who put a lot of love, patience, and work into his painting named 'Rebirth.' He used ink and pen to create this unusually detailed masterpiece. It took him over 3 years to finish it, and he worked ten hours a day, almost every day. That's what dedication looks like. Make sure to check out the final result!

1. His Artwork Is a Reminder of the 2011 Tsunami That Devastated Japan

His Artwork Is a Reminder of the 2011 Tsunami That Devastated Japan
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2. He Put a Lot of Effort in Creating It, Allowing Himself Only One Day of Rest Per Week

He Put a Lot of Effort in Creating It, Allowing Himself Only One Day of Rest Per Week
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3. He Began to Work on It in 2013 and Finished Just Recently

He Began to Work on It in 2013 and Finished Just Recently
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4. Even Though the Main Focus Is a Tree and the Waves, We Can Notice Many Other Things if We Look Carefully

Even Though the Main Focus Is a Tree and the Waves, We Can Notice Many Other Things if We Look Carefully
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5. The Process Was Long and It Required Concentration and Patience

The Process Was Long and It Required Concentration and Patience
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6. He Worked in the Studio That Was in the Basement of Chazen Museum of Art in Wisconsin

He Worked in the Studio That Was in the Basement of Chazen Museum of Art in Wisconsin
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7. This Stunning Piece of Art Is 13×10 Foot Big

This Stunning Piece of Art Is 13×10 Foot Big
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8. Those Tragic, Huge Waves Couldn't Wash Off a Hope in Rebirth

Those Tragic, Huge Waves Couldn't Wash Off a Hope in Rebirth
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9. “My Goal Is to Faithfully Express My View of the World in My Composition, but I Don’t Intentionally Depict Detailed Images,” Said Manabu

“My Goal Is to Faithfully Express My View of the World in My Composition, but I Don’t Intentionally Depict Detailed Images,” Said Manabu
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10. "Because I See Details When I Observe Things, Rather Than the Whole, I Find Pen and Ink to Be the Best Tools to Express How I See Them,” This Incredible Artist Explained

"Because I See Details When I Observe Things, Rather Than the Whole, I Find Pen and Ink to Be the Best Tools to Express How I See Them,” This Incredible Artist Explained
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11. The Richness of Details Is Stunning!

The Richness of Details Is Stunning!
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