iPad Art: The Majestic Forgiver

Majectic Forgiver iPad Painting

Lions are certainly among the more powerful animals on earth, and I have to say this iPad painting is almost powerful and striking enough to stand comparison with a lion.

It’s titled ‘The majestic forgiver’ and is the work of Woon Tien David Chong. Here are the artist’s own words on this iPad painting:

“The majestic forgiver.” Original iPad finger painting done on Procreate app. Reference to photo found on Google for the lion.
Isaiah 1:18 “Come now, let us settle the matter,” says the LORD. “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.

You can see more of Woon Tien David Chong’s work at his Facebook page.

If you feel inspired to check out more great iPad paintings, then take a wander through our own iPad Art section.

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iPad Art: Tres Corazones Azules

Tres corazones_azules iPad painting

‘Tres Corazones Azules’, or Three Blue Hearts, is the title of today’s featured iPad painting. It’s the work of another of our favorite iPad artists, Albert Viladrosa.

The piece was created with the Paper by FiftyThree app. The sub-title for it is ‘Diseño para una almohada’ – which I think is design for a pillow, or cushion perhaps.

This painting, like many of Viladrosa’s iPad paintings, feels abstract but clear to me, with colors that are both soft and striking.

You can admire more of Viladrosa’s iPad artwork at his Flickr photo stream.

To browse the lovely work of lots more great iPad artists check out our own iPad Art section.

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iPad Art: Portrait of Tyreese from The Walking Dead

Tyreese iPad painting

Today’s featured iPad painting combines two things I love: iPad art and The Walking Dead. Well, not real walking dead people, but the TV series that is.

It’s a portrait of Tyreese of course, one of the most interesting and likeable characters on the show – and it perfectly captures how scary the Zombie Apocalypse is to the biggest dude in the series.

This iPad painting is the work of Google+ member John Stavropoulos – created using the Procreate and Snapseed apps and a Jot Touch pen.

You can see more of John’s work, including a number of other Walking Dead themed works, at his www.jstav.com site.

And of course you can browse through lots more lovely iPad paintings at our own iPad Art section.

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iPad Art: Cottage

Cottage iPad Painting

‘Cottage’ is the title of today’s featured iPad painting.

It’s the work of Rafeal Co, aka Raffy or Cheeky Raffy, created using the Procreate app.

I always love how so much seems to be going on in Raffy’s paintings, although this one is  little less hectic than many others of his. The colors are what have me fascinated with this one. They’re powerful and create a bit of a feeling of foreboding as well.

You can check out more of Raffy’s excellent work at his Rafael Co Flickr stream.

If you’d like to explore lots more beautiful iPad paintings from a number of great iPad artists, take a look at our own iPad Art section here at iPad Insight.

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iPad Art: The Flowers

iPad Painting The Flowers

November isn’t the most flowery time of the year, at least not where I live anyway. So what better time for a lovely bit of flowery iPad art – like today’s featured iPad painting ‘The Flowers’.

It’s the work of Deborah McMillion, aka Hotel Midnight. Here’s her intro to the painting:

And so begins another tale. This is not about antique meanings of flowers but the stories of the Flowers themselves. Flowers that live and breathe around us. That are so beautiful but…Wish. To. Survive

Well, that sounds like fun theme to me. I also just love the colors in this one – from the flowers to the young lady’s blouse, to her pretty green eyes.

You can see more of McMillion’s work at her Hotel Midnight Flickr stream.

If you’d like to browse the work of many great iPad artists, then you should check out our own iPad Art section.

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iPad Art: Monster Blues

‘Monster Blues’ is the fitting title for the tearful creature shown in today’s featured iPad painting. This iPad painting is the work of SKR Imaging, sketched and painted using the Art Studio app. I know this iPad artist from back in the days when I ran a site solely focused on iPad and iPhone art, […]

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iPad Art: Bestiario

‘Bestiario’ is the title of today’s featured iPad painting. I believe the Spanish word refers to a collection of fables about animals, and this painting is part of a series with that same theme. It was painted by iPad artist Albert Viladrosa, using the Paper by 53 app. I love the colors here and the […]

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iPad Art: October Tree

Well, if this iPad painting isn’t a perfect image for Autumn and October and Halloween, then I don’t know what is. I love how the colors and the movement in the image evoke this time of year. It’s titled ‘October Tree’ and is the work of Helene Goldberg – created with the ArtRage app. As […]

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iPad Art: Herb (Jurassic Park, the quiet movie)

Today’s featured iPad painting has got a title that’s as much fun as the image itself: ‘Herb (Jurassic Park, the quiet movie)’. It’s the work of Deborah McMillion, aka Hotel Midnight, who creates striking and lovely iPad art with some of the very best back stories and descriptions to accompany them. Here’s her story on […]

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iPad Art: Cherry Season

‘Cherry Season’ is the title of this week’s featured iPad painting. It was painted by Pilar Humada, using the Sketch Club app. I’ve been a huge fan of Pilar’s iPad artwork ever since I saw some of her first creations on the iPad back in 2013. Her work is equally stunning when she paints cityscapes […]

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iPad Art: Lynx Pardinus

Today’s featured iPad painting is this beautiful portrait of a striking big feline – titled ‘Lynx Pardinus’, or Iberian Lynx. It’s the work of Jaime Sanjuan Ocabo, and is the first in a series he plans to do on endangered species. I’m sad to hear that this Lynx is endangered, but looking forward to seeing […]

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