Just when we think that we can grasp the artistic possibilities of the iPad, an artist like Kyle Lambert comes along and turns our world upside-down. The UK-based artist posted this timelapse video online of himself painting "the world's most realistic finger painting," a bold statement that we have to agree with. Armed with an iPad Air and the program Procreate, Lambert spent 200+ hours creating this hyperrealistic portrait of Morgan Freeman. It took the artist 285,000 brushstrokes to complete the painting, but the final product is definitely worth the effort. To see more of Lambert's work, check out his website here.

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[via Petapixel]