Using only and iPad Air and a finger, artist Kyle Lambert painted an incredibly photorealistic image of Morgan Freeman in just over 200 hours.
The idea that Apple's iOS devices can't really be used for serious content creation just got a major debunking. Yesterday, Daring Fireball's John Gruber linked to this amazing video of artist Kyle Lambert's creation of a photorealistic finger painting of actor Morgan Freeman. Show More Summary
It may seem impossible to believe, but this is not a photograph of actor Morgan Freeman. Incredibly, it's a finger painting created on an iPad Air: (Story continues below.) Artist Kyle Lambert, known for his hyperrealistic iPad depictions...Show More Summary
A talented British artist posted a video online showing how he created an amazing, photo-realistic image of Morgan Freeman which he made with his finger and an iPad. The artist, Kyle Lambert, said the project took him over 200 finger-breaking hours. Show More Summary
Simply put; this is insane. Artist Kyle Lambert has created this masterpiece that you'd be forgiven for thinking at first glance was a photograph but is actually a painting created using an iPad and the Procreate app. And a whole lot of time. Show More Summary
Fingerpainting is not necessarily an established art form or media, but this photo-realistic portrait might make you think otherwise. It’s made by artist Kyle Lambert using the app Procreate. Kyle spent 200 hours making 285,000 brush...Show More Summary
The excellent security-mined people at the SANS Institute have produced an 8 minute video that walks you through a control systems attack. The money they saved by using animation instead of Matt Damon or Morgan Freeman was put to good use as you’ll see. For such an esoteric subject, this is a first rate video. Continue reading ?
Illustrator, visual development artist and digital painter Kyle Lambert has posted a nice time-lapse video of his process in painting a digital portrait of actor Morgan Freeman, using an iPad and the Procreate painting app. [Via Daring Fireball]
Fingerpainting on an iPad isn’t taken too seriously by most the world but iPad artist Kyle Lambert has blown us away with some us his creations, and now he’s back with one of the most detailed iPad finger paintings … Read more ›
Remember iPad art? British artist Kyle Lambert’s been practicing, and he’s gotten good. Like, photorealism good. More »
The iPad can be used to do many things, such as take notes, play games, watch videos, surf the web, read up on recipes, and etc., but for the more artistic, the tablet is also a great tool for drawing, and that’s exactly what artistShow More Summary
Release dates announced for BOURNE 5, directed by Justin Lin, produced by Frank Marshall, and starring Jeremy Renner, and LUCY, directed by Luc Besson and starring Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman Read the full article on AICN Papa...Show More Summary
This incredibly realistic painting of Morgan Freeman was created with just one finger on an iPad Air, all in one layer Artist Kyle Lambert is a trained oil painter and illustrator from the UK who uses his YouTube account to upload time-lapses...Show More Summary
Remember iPad art? Like those New Yorker covers that look, well, basically just okay? Or the hobby that David Hockney had for like ten seconds? Well British artist Kyle Lambert's been practicing, and he's gotten good. Like, photorealism good. Read more...
Remember when “iPads are for consumption, not creation” was a thing? ?
Everyone loves a good impersonation. And by good, I mean perfect. Sure, your mates might share a laugh when you do your crappy copy of Sean Connery, but you know you’ve hit the big time when you’re constantly surrounded at parties with people asking you to record voice messages and what now. Show More Summary
Morgan Freeman narrates this IMAX 3D documentary. Watch as scientist Patricia Wright tries to help these lemurs survive in the 21st Century. [...]
No, this isn’t a spinoff of the toon trilogy. Morgan Freeman narrates Warner Bros‘ 3D IMAX documentary Island of Lemurs: Madagascar, which follows the endangered title creatures around the remote title republic. It features scientist...Show More Summary
Waze and Universal Pictures are partnering to bring celebrity narrators to the popular GPS navigation app. We're waiting for Morgan Freeman. It sucks to get lost while driving, which is why millions of drivers use GPS apps like the Google-owned Waze to help them find their way. Read Full Story