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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Apple iPad Artists...

A growing trend right now is doing finger painting art on the Apple IPad. It's all the rave. People are going out of their way to push the envelop and the use of the iPad to the next level. Some of the art work created is really astonishing and amazing works ... Check out a couple of images and vids below. I guarantee you will be impressed. Now if you like the idea of being able to do some artwork on your iPad here is a quick list of apps to get the job done:

1. Brushes – iPad EditionBy Steve Sprang ($7.99. Steve Sprang)
Create art anywhere, with Brushes on your iPad!
Brushes is a popular painting app, specially designed for the iPad. Simple to learn, yet powerful enough for pros — Brushes has been used to create 4 different New Yorker covers!
Check Out Our Brushes Flickr Group

2.Layers - Pro Edition for iPadBy Gotow.net ($5.99, J. Benjamin Gotow)
Want to doodle, draw on photos, or paint a masterpiece on your new iPad? Look no further! Layers packs in everything you need to be creative on the go. The pro edition of Layers provides more brushes, more layers, and more advanced layer operations than the standard edition. Enjoy more control over your brush tip using the brush offset option, and email your paintings as layered PSD files to transfer your work to the desktop!
Check Out The Gotow Site!

3.Sketchbook Pro ($7.99, AutoDesk)
"Drawing App of the Year" - Macworld's 2010 App Gems Awards

"This drop-dead gorgeous app for digital artists packs a rich feature set into a surprisingly intuitive interface." - WIRED Magazine.

Find out for yourself what has made SketchBook Pro the industry standard for digital sketching!

Autodesk SketchBook® Pro for iPad is a professional-grade paint and drawing application. Using the same paint engine as its desktop counterpart, SketchBook Pro delivers a complete set of sketching & painting tools through a streamlined and intuitive user interface designed exclusively for the iPad experience.

Whether you are an occasional doodler or a professional illustrator, SketchBook Pro transforms your iPad into the ultimate digital SketchBook.

If you love SketchBook Mobile for iPhone, you will adore SketchBook Pro on the iPad.

Autodesk SketchBook® Pro Video







Travel 01 – Nikolai Lockertsen


colline – Mathieu Reynes


Portrait of A Distracted Man – Timothy Wilson

If you don't have an iPad and looking to get started you can either go to apple.com and check out the selection and get more information, head over to your nearest apple retailer location, or take a look at the list below:

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