This is an incredible video showing the possible ability to completely draw a person in incredible realism on an iPad. Kyle Lambert is an amazing artist and make no mistake about it, no matter the medium, his art will be amazing so don’t confuse technology to a buffer to inherent ability. We have personally tried to create many a picture on iPad and ours never look quite better than a spider drawn on a napkin.
Here is some details of the drawing from Kyle’s website be sure to check it out!
The world’s most realistic finger-painting.
The finished painting is made up of around 285,000 brush strokes and took more than 200 hours to complete. The entire process was captured as a time-lapse video by Procreate, allowing you to watch over 200 hours of painting in just 3 minutes.
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.
Original Photograph – Taken by Scott Gries – http://www.scottgries.com
Music by – Richard Woolgar