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. About 200 hours to be precise.
Lambert has posted this time lapse video of the creation process as the image emerges, and it's absolutely unreal how realistic it is. Sure is a talented guy, but it also goes to show how awesome Procreate can be in the right hands. Grab that at the App Store from the link below, but do let me know what you think of this in the comments below.
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