Amazing Ipad Artist

Kyle Lambert is proving there’s nothing the iPad 2 can’t do – when it’s in the right hands. The 23-year-old has ‘painted’ Britain’s most iconic landmarks and scenes using an an app on ipad 2 called Brushes. While some artists choose to paint from memory or a picture, the convenience of the ipad meant Kyle could travel to locations across the country and paint his subjects on location. – Kyle started the project at Bournemouth beach and ended on a weekend trip to London.

Kyle Lambert is proving there's nothing the iPad 2 can't do - when it's in the right hands. The 23-year-old has 'painted' Britain's most iconic landmarks and scenes using an an app on ipad 2 called Brushes. While some artists choose to paint from memory or a picture, the convenience of the ipad meant Kyle could travel to locations across the country and paint his subjects on location. - Kyle started the project at Bournemouth beach and ended on a weekend trip to London.

Kyle Lambert is proving there's nothing the iPad 2 can't do - when it's in the right hands. The 23-year-old has 'painted' Britain's most iconic landmarks and scenes using an an app on ipad 2 called Brushes. While some artists choose to paint from memory or a picture, the convenience of the ipad meant Kyle could travel to locations across the country and paint his subjects on location. - Kyle started the project at Bournemouth beach and ended on a weekend trip to London.

Kyle Lambert is proving there's nothing the iPad 2 can't do - when it's in the right hands. The 23-year-old has 'painted' Britain's most iconic landmarks and scenes using an an app on ipad 2 called Brushes. While some artists choose to paint from memory or a picture, the convenience of the ipad meant Kyle could travel to locations across the country and paint his subjects on location. - Kyle started the project at Bournemouth beach and ended on a weekend trip to London.

Kyle Lambert is proving there's nothing the iPad 2 can't do - when it's in the right hands. The 23-year-old has 'painted' Britain's most iconic landmarks and scenes using an an app on ipad 2 called Brushes. While some artists choose to paint from memory or a picture, the convenience of the ipad meant Kyle could travel to locations across the country and paint his subjects on location. - Kyle started the project at Bournemouth beach and ended on a weekend trip to London.