Morgan Freeman Finger-Painting Made with iPad
UK-based visual artist Kyle Lambert created hyper-realistic painting with an estimated 285,000 brush strokes across a screen on iPad, using the application like Procreate.
The app allows artists to use a wide variety of paintbrushes or to digitally create their own from anything imaginable. It took Kyle around 200 hours to complete the painting. In the video below you can see the Morgan Freeman image emerging from brush strokes into a realistic portrait.
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