American born artist Chuck Close has developed a skill for finger painting instead of using the ordinary techniques. Seen from a distance, a portrait of Chuck Close’s grandmother-in-law looks like a giant photograph that reveals every crack and crevice of the model’s face. Only when you come closer, the paint surface dissolves into a sea of fingerprints. This technique involved the direct application of pigment to a surface with the artist’s fingertips. By adjusting the amount of pigment and the pressure of his finger on the canvas.