‘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.
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.
‘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, and now look forward to sharing more of his excellent work here.
In the meantime, you can check out more of his iPad artwork at the SKR Imaging Flickr stream.
And you can enjoy the iPad painting of numerous great iPad artists at our own iPad Art section.
‘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 abstract nature of the image. I’m looking forward to seeing more of this series.
You can see more of Albert Viladrosa’s work on his Flickr stream.
And of course you can browse the work of many great iPad artists in our own iPad Insight iPad Art section.
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 always
You can enjoy more of Godberg’s lovely iPad paintings at her hgberk Flickr stream.
And of course you can browse through the beautiful iPad paintings of numerous iPad artists in our own iPad Art section.