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'Morgan Freeman' by Albert Lewis, Jr.

Bringing Freeman's distinctive features to life with the Brushes app, Albert Lewis, Jr. reminds of the simple power of confining the palate to black and white.

"This one was tremendous fun. Done on the iPad using Brushes, it took me approximately 6 hours. Working in black and white was a nice change. There was no sketch or loose drawing beneath, just going at it with broad strokes and refining over time."

There's plenty more to see over at Albert's homepage.

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Hi Albert,

My name is Andy, i love your drawing and i use iPad too, i have a question how to make a record of drawing process, because i would like to upload my work to youtube, hope u can help me, thank you so much!


P.S. my english not good.
My facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/andywongs-gallery/200992339945904

June 15, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAndy Wong

Hi Andy - Albert painted this using the brushes app which has a recording function that exports a movie to a Mac computer.

From your Facebook page it looks like you use Sketchbook Pro and taking screenshots at different stages then making a slideshow movie out of that seems to be the best way to do something similar.

Thanks for commenting.

June 17, 2011 | Registered CommenteriPad Creative

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