Sunday, December 8, 2013

285,000 Finger-Painting Strokes on iPad Forms Realistic Portrait of Morgan Freeman








Can you believe that this is not a photograph but a finger-painting made on an iPad?????

The piece was created by UK-based visual artist Kyle Lambert on his iPad, using an app call Procreate. Although it maintains the crisp details of a photograph, the work is actually a painting made with an estimated 285,000 brush strokes across a screen.

The creative process, which took more than 200 hours, is captured in this time-lapse video. Viewers can watch as Morgan Freeman emerges from a group of blurry streaks into a realistic portrait.

Amazing!!!

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