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Digital portrait time-lapse by Kyle Lambert

Kyle Lambert
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]


5 responses to “Digital portrait time-lapse by Kyle Lambert”

  1. Paint a very real and surreal paintings is like this

  2. Oh Darn, I can still barely use the Brushes app. Now this!
    Does anyone know how Procreate compares to the Artrage app?
    I was looking at it too. Is one better than the other?

    1. I’ve used several and so far my favorites are Procreate and Artrage. A lot of it has to do with your personal style and preferences, particularly in terms of the behavior of the brushes and the layout and convenience or inconvenience of interface elements like color pickers.

      You can find detailed reviews and comparisons if you search online, as well as reading the comments in the App Store (with a grain of salt).

  3. I’ve tried to do this with my own ‘real’ painting work. Number one to be most effective is to have the camera fixed in one place. When it’s digital that constraint is already there!

    1. You might take a look at James Gurney’s homemade tripod mounted camera bar: