Today’s featured iPad painting is titled ‘Insouciance’. It was created by Flickr member nini_nini using the Zen Brush app.
It reminds me of long ago black and white movie star actresses, someone like Bette Davis. Though I’ve never actually watched one of the movies she starred in, this portrait and the title word seem to evoke her or some of her contemporaries.
Seeing this iPad painting was also a great reason to look up the word insouciance and improve my vocabulary a little today. In case you’re wondering, here’s what the Webster dictionary has for it:
a relaxed and calm state : a feeling of not worrying about anything – lighthearted unconcern : nonchalance
If you’d like to browse more of nini_nini’s work check out her Flickr stream.
To see more great iPad paintings from a number of wonderful iPad artists take a look at our own iPad Art section.
Our featured iPad painting today is titled ‘Mis extraños amigos’ – or My Strange Friends in English.
It was created by Albert Viladrosa, one of our big favorite iPad artists, using the Paper by FiftyThree app.
This iPad painting grabbed my attention and kept it as soon as I saw it in our Flickr group. I’m gripped by the angles in the strange friend’s face, the orange hat, and the colors throughout the image.
You can see lots more of the prolific iPad painting work by Albert Viladrosa by visiting his Flickr stream.
If you want to browse a broad selection of incredible iPad paintings by a number of great iPad artists, check out our own iPad Art section.
Our featured iPad painting this weekend is titled ‘A Portrayal of Their Love’. It’s the work of Woon Tien David Chong – and here is his brief description of his iPad finger painting:
A portrayal of their love.” An original iPad finger painting of Mr and Mrs Lee done with Procreate app. A tribute to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the founder of Singapore, and forever a source of inspiration to Singaporeans.
I like that this iPad painting feels full of love and happiness.
I’m ashamed to say I had not even heard of Lee Kuan Yew before seeing this painting. A quick read of just his Wikipedia page has taught me that he was a hugely impressive man. And that just makes this piece even more compelling.
To see more of Woon Tien David Chong’s excellent iPad paintings, check out his Facebook art page.
And of course if you’d like to see lots more beautiful iPad paintings from a number of superb iPad artists, then you need to take a look at our own iPad Art section.
Today’s featured iPad painting is titled ‘Breaking Bad’ and it’s a powerful portrait of Walter White, aka Heisenberg. Here’s the brief background detail on it from the artist himself, Jon Cappuccino:
original ipad painting , created freehand using artrage on ipad 2
It’s great to see he’s still getting good use out of an iPad 2, the 2011 generation of the iPad.
I love how this portrait brings out the scarier, darker side of Walter White.
You can check out more of this artist’s work at his Jono Cappuccino Flickr stream.
If you’re keen to see even more lovely iPad paintings from a number of great iPad artists, take a spin around our own iPad Art section.
Today’s featured iPad painting is ‘Between Dream and Believe’ – what a great title. It was created by Hotel Midnight, aka Deborah McMillion. Here’s the brief description / backstory from the artist herself:
THE BIG BLUE
Somewhere out in the Milky way a signpost recalls another get away at the Outer or Twilight. If only to get away from the Corner of No and Where.
A loving nod to Dance inspiration.
This selection was made by my daughter, who just turned 12 this week. She is if anything an even bigger fan of Hotel Midnight’s work than I am. Can’t argue with the (sort of still) birthday girl, and also I think Between Dream and Believe is a pretty spot-on title for a 12 year old’s pick.
If you want to become a huge fan of her work too, then check out the Hotel Midnight Flickr stream.
To enjoy even more great iPad paintings, browse our own iPad Art section.
Our featured iPad painting this weekend is ‘Chill Zen’, created by nini_nini.
I’m always a sucker for a painting of a handsome dog, and this one absolutely fits the bill. I love the colors of the dog’s fur and how well he or she evokes the Chill Zen feeling. It gives me a peaceful feeling to see such a content, relaxed doggie.
You can see more of this artist’s excellent work at her nini_nini Flickr stream.
And our own iPad Art section is full of wonderful iPad paintings from a number of great iPad artists.
Our featured iPad painting today is titled ‘Johnny English’ – based on the secret agent spoof movie character played by Rowan Atkinson.
This is the work of Álvaro Tajada Portalo, shared to our iPad Insight Flickr group.
I think this paining captures that deer in the headlights look that Atkinson is so good at.
You can see more of Álvaro Tajada Portalo’s work at his altapor Flickr stream.
And of course you can find plenty more great iPad paintings from a number of excellent iPad artists in our own iPad Art section.
Today’s featured iPad painting is ‘Mis árboles’, My Trees in English.
It is the work of Albert Viladrosa, done with the Paper by FiftyThree app on the iPad.
I always enjoy Viladrosa’s light, abstract style and especially his colors. This one is just a lovely little tree.
You can enjoy more of his iPad painting at the Albert Viladrosa Flickr Stream.
And of course you can browse through lots more incredible iPad artwork at our own iPad Art section.
Today’s featured iPad painting has about as appropriate a title as you could hope for on Valentine’s Day weekend: ‘In Love’.
I’m not generally a huge fan of cats, much more of a dog guy – but I have to say that cat’s face is full of love. That’s an adoring look if ever I’ve seen one, though I still wouldn’t put it past the cast to be striking out to rip somebody apart with its claws a moment later. :)
This painting was done by one of my most favorite iPad artists, Pilar Humada – drawn freehand with the Sketch Club iPad app. Please take some time to check out more of her beautiful iPad artwork at her Flickr stream.
To see even more lovely iPad art from numerous great iPad artists, visit our iPad Art section.
Today’s featured iPad painting is titled ‘Country Road’. It was painted by Ron Grafe, a member of our iPad Art community on Google+, using the Procreate app.
It’s a lovely and serene image for a Sunday afternoon. I really like the color of the road itself and the trees and sky around the first bend in the road.
For more of Ron’s iPad work, check out his site: http://ronaldgrafe.com/
And lots more great iPad paintings can be found in our own iPad Art section.
‘Procreate’ is the title of today’s featured iPad painting. It’s the work of Jaime Sanjuán Ocabo, and I’m guessing from that title that it may just have been created using the Procreate app.
I love to colors, reflections, and motion in this iPad painting. I also love that it’s a little spin on iPad painting within the painting.
Jaime Sanjuán Ocabo has a great gallery full of his iPad art, which you can visit here: http://www.jaimesanjuanart.com/p/galeria-gallery.html
And of course if you’d like to enjoy more lovely iPad artwork, you can browse our own iPad Art section.