Unique video presents the creating of a photo-realistic painting on a tablet
Video with an amazing photo-realistic painting of Morgan Freeman fascinates the mobile world
Nowadays the tablets become more and more widely used by people in their everyday life. The slates provide us with capabilities for making calls, watching movies, surfing on the web, snapping photos etc. Tablets are also great tools for digital art. A brilliant example for the amazing capabilities of the tablets and the app Procreate is the video shared below. More than 200 hours were needed to the talented artist Kyle Lambert to create the photo-realistic painting of the famous actor Morgan Freeman. He worked with the app Procreate via his tablet using only his fingers to paint the masterpiece. The app assures the possibility for recording the working process. That is how Lambert captured the creating of the painting and the 200 hours are not presented in a 3.40 minutes video that quickly became viral.
The video evokes the “wow” effect in everyone that watches it. You will observe how each shade and brash change the image and turn it into one of the most photo-realistic paintings we have ever seen. The artist Kyle Lambert creates this type of art and other digital masterpieces that are worth your attention on the official website that you will see in the end of the video. There are comments that the video is made for the promoting of the Procreate app. Even if this is true, the results are really impressive.
The video definitely shows how vast the capabilities of the app are. Watch the video and share with us your opinion about it. For what are you using your tablet mostly during the day? Do you like digital creative projects and artworks? What capabilities would you like to have at your disposal in the next generation tablets? The video with the photo-realistic painting is a real example that tablets can be used successfully for digital arts except for the basic mobile needs of users during the day.
Source: Kyle Lambert