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Artist Kyle Lambert did an amazing photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman on an iPad using only his fingers and the app Procreate. The final result, after 200+ hours of work and 285,000+ brush strokes, is simply stunning.
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These bright works of art belong to Kyle Lambert, 23, who recently graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University where he studied illustration and animation. He's great at creating celebs' portraits of striking likeness with the help of Apple IPad, iPad app Brushes in particular, which costs just £4.99.
See how these amazing portraits are created step by step.
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Drawing iPad applications can do real miracle letting artists from different countries of the world create amazing finger paintings. It is difficult to believe that all these masterpieces were drawn on the tablet, but it is true. These artworks are simply awesome!
You can also see our previous post with Amazing iPad Paintings.
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These are paintings made thanks to the Brushes application on an iPad.
The artist David Kassan says that he used this same app on iPhone and that it is not quite the same: "This seems to be more about sculpting the painting and it gives the artist more of a feel for the subject matter and composition. The larger screen obviously helps. The options for colour correction and control are far improved from the iPhone."
Maybe he’s right, but I can say that iPhone paintings that I saw are also awesome.
This comic story made me cry with laughter. Somebody had a fresh look at the iPad. And now you can also look at this device “madness” as an outsider.