This artist has just created the world's most realistic finger-painting you will ever see.
When visual artist Kyle Lambert discovered he could create digital paintings on his iPad, he decided to see how far he could push the technology and his digital artwork and create a photorealistic portrait. He does not disa For this project, he picked Morgan Freeman.
In this unbeleivable time lapse video, Morgan Freeman's face comes to life with every finger stroke Lambert makes. He explains that the finished piece took over 285,000 strokes and more than 200 hours to complete. The finished result is a digitally created image that is nearly impossible to distinguish from an actual photo. The app used to create this masterpiece is called Procreate.
Lambert was inspired to do this project because he wants young artists to embrace digital art and their creativity.