Here’s today’s featured iPad painting. It’s titled ‘F#%k! Run! No! Fly!’ – which is just perfect for this awesome and hilarious image.
It’s the work of Rafael Co, a big-time favorite iPad artist here – Raffy’s images are always both striking and full of fun and humor.
This one was done with the Procreate app.
To see more of Raffy’s excellent work, visit his Flickr stream.
And of course you can browse through lots more great iPad paintings in our own iPad Art section.
OK, this just became my favorite ever celebrity portrait created on an iPad – and that’s saying something because there are some incredible ones out there. But how you can resist this one of Maurice, one of the stars of the new ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ movie (and the previous Rise of the Planet of the Apes)?
This is the work of Michael Acosta, shared to our Google+ iPad Art community – created using the Paper by 53 app and the new Adonit Jot Touch.
It’s been shown that Orangutans are able to get a lot of joy from iPads, so perhaps some of them would enjoy this piece as well. In any case, I love this one.
If you’re up for seeing lots more lovely iPad paintings, check out more of our iPad Art section.
I’m a long-time and big-time admirer of art created on iPads, as many of you will know if you’ve been a reader of iPad Insight for any length of time. So right about now I’m wishing I lived somewhere near Palo Alto, California – so that I could go and enjoy this Mobile Digital Art & Creativity Summit.
It strikes me as both a celebration of the wonderful work done by iPad artists and also a chance for those artists, and aspiring digital artists, to collaborate and learn. That’s just my quick take though – here’s a far better introduction via the organizers of this event:
Three days of FUN, ART and CREATIVITY!
The 3-day weekend kicks off on Friday, August 1st with the Grand Opening of the 2nd Annual Mobile Digital Art Exhibition, displaying the work of over 100 artists and, once again, attracting major media attention.
The Grand Opening is followed by a two-day Summit with a packed program of workshops, seminars and masterclasses attracting artists and educators from across the country.
Silicon Valley’s Creative Hub!
The Exhibition and Summit will be held in the Pacific Art League’s newly renovated historic building at 668 Ramona Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301.
Even though I can’t go to the event, I can still enjoy some of the beautiful artwork that’s going to be on display – via the gorgeous slideshow of submitted works here. The image at the top of this post is one I’ll call ‘Cellist’ and is the work of Claire Iris Schencke
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The beautiful iPad painting shown above is titled ‘Waiting’. It is the work of another of our long-time favorite iPad artists, Woon Tien David Chong.
It’s an original iPad finger painting, done with the Procreate app.
The girl in the painting is striking and lovely, and the colors are wonderful in this one.
Woon Tien David Ching is a prolific iPad artist and you can see lots more of his excellent work at his Chaser of Light Facebook page.
If you’re keen to enjoy even more amazing iPad paintings, check out our own iPad Art section.
This stunning iPad painting of Maleficent is this week’s featured iPad art piece. It’s the work of Google+ member Franziska Nierath, who shared it to our iPad Art Google+ community.
I saw the Maleficent movie just a few weeks ago with my family, and was surprised how much I enjoyed it. It was hard not to love the amazing performance by Angelina Jolie in the title role – and I love this spot-on iPad portrait of the character.
If you’re interested in seeing lots more incredible artwork created on the iPad, check out our iPad Art section.