Can you believe this photorealistic portrait of Morgan Freeman was painted on an iPad?

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Kyle Lambert is a UK based visual artist specialized in creating paintings and illustrations for movies, television, ads and print.

He usually works with expensive tools like an Apple Mac Pro computer, a Wacom Cintiq screen and an Intuos graphic tablet. Just like many creatives out there he’s always trying to push his skills farther, that’s why he tried to paint a photorealistic portrait using only an iPad and the app Procreate.

Kyle choose Morgan Freeman as a subject (he probably isn’t the easiest person to paint since he has many skin flaws and blemishes) and it took him more than 200 hours and 285,000 brush strokes to complete what he claims to be the most realistic finger painting to date.

As you can see in the following images the result is totally astonishing. At the end of the article you can also watch a speeded video of the entire process.

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