Photorealistic Finger Painting of Morgan Freeman

Photorealistic Finger Painting of Morgan Freeman

This artpiece will leave you speechlees. UK-based visual artist Kyle Lambert created an amazing finger painting of Morgan Freeman using the Procreate app on an iPad Air. It took him around 285,000 brush strokes and over 200 hours to come with this hyperrealistic (really want to say photo) drawing.

Originally an oil painter/illustrator, Lambert became a pro in digital art as he makes illustrations for tv, advertising, film industry.

“One of the big reasons I decided to do this painting was to inspire other budding artists to embrace digital art. A friend of mine who is a school teacher explained to me recently that whenever he plays one of my painting videos in class, his students become noticeably more engaged and excited about creating art. The idea that more people are engaging in art because of something that I have created is amazing to me.” - says Kyle.


Enjoy the timelapse of the painting!

 SEE ALSO: Amazing Finger Paintings on the iPad by Seikou Yamaoka

[Source: Twisted Sifter]

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  • Paul

    Its fake.

    • Edgarska

      Its fake what?

    • Paul Price

      I agree, think it was done in reverse from a picture.

    • meow

      yeah its not even morgan freeman! this guy… trying to deceive us all!

  • poop

    This is definitely fake & 100% reverse done from the original photo. Not 1 hair or 1 freckle is even slightly different from the original.

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