‘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 and landscapes as it is when she does portraits like this one.
You can enjoy more of Pilar’s artwork by visiting her Flickr stream.
If you fancy browsing more incredible paintings from a large number of great iPad artists, check out our own iPad Art section.
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 more of this series.
You can see more of Jaime Sanjuan Ocabo’s iPad artwork at his Blogspot site.
And of course you can browse through lots more great iPad paintings in this site’s dedicated iPad Art section.
Another wonderful iPad painting by Rafael Co is our featured iPad artwork today. This one is titled simply ‘Godzilla’ and it’s a great side profile take on the big fella.
I’d even go so far as to say it’s a monstrously good portrait. I’m a huge fan of Raffy’s always striking and often funny images – and I especially like when he features monsters in his work.
You can see lots more great iPad artwork from Raffy (and monsters galore) at his Rafael Co Flickr stream.
And of course you can enjoy the work of many superb iPad artists at our own iPad Art section.
Today’s featured iPad painting is from a new iPad artist that I hadn’t been aware of before – Indy Sidhu.
The painting is titled ‘Don’t Let Go’, and here are the artist’s brief notes on it:
Sandra Bullock as Dr. Ryan Stone in Gravity.
Finger/stylus drawing done on the Apple App Store iPad application ‘ProCreate.’
I think it’s an amazing and powerful close-up image. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for more iPad artwork from Sidhu in future.
You can see more of his artwork at his Indy Sidhu Flickr stream.
If you’re interested in seeing more iPad paintings from a number of great iPad artists, be sure to check out the iPad Insight iPad Art section.
Our featured iPad painting for this end of summer Sunday is titled ‘Dark Side’ – and it’s definitely a striking image that evokes those words.
It’s the work of Álvaro Tajada Portalo, created with the ArtStudio for iPad app.
I’ve only just discovered the iPad artwork of Álvaro Tajada Portalo,as he’s shared several powerful war and battle themed images to our iPad Insight Flickr group.
You can see more of Tajada Portalo’s artwork at his Flickr stream.
And if you’re at all curious about the amazing paintings that are being created on the iPad, take a look at our own iPad Art section too.
Today’s featured iPad painting is yet another instant favorite from Deborah McMillion, aka Hotel Midnight. This one is titled ‘Voice of Night’ and is accompanied by these words:
Why look to the dark as a sinister thing. Why look at sinister as anything more than just left. A day without sunshine is just the night!
There’s so much to like an be taken in by in this painting – the sunset, the tornado off to the right, the striking woman, and the gorgeous colors. I especially like the blue of the bike frame.
You can see more of Deborah McMillion’s excellent artwork at her Hotel Midnight Flickr stream.
And you can find more great iPad paintings from many great iPad artists in our own iPad Art section.
‘The Zombie Banker’ is the title of today’s featured iPad artwork. This image is the creation of José António Fundo.
Here’s the artist’s own overview of the piece:
Part of the Zombie Economists collection, “The Zombie Banker” is a caricature of Ricardo Salgado, former CEO of Banco Espírito Santo, fallen in disgrace after leaving the financial institution with major debt and serious allegations of fraud.
Adonit Jot Touch, Sketchbook Ink, Sketchbook Pro and Pixlromatic on iPad.
I have to admit, that’s pretty much how I picture all those horribly corrupt bankers from Wall Street and around the world who have done so much harm to so many individuals and national economies.
You can see more of José António Fundo’s work at his Flickr stream.
And of course you can enjoy lots more beautiful iPad paintings in our own iPad Art section.
Our featured iPad painting for this fine summer Sunday is titled ‘Don Diego with Amoeba Nose’ and is the creation of Roberta Hancock. The image was created on an iPad (of course) using the Procreate app.
I love dogs of nearly all breeds and especially Labradors. Don Diego is one heck of a handsome dog and reminds me a lot of my huge, handsome Black Lab. His brown eyes are very intent just like my guy’s – and now I am very curious to see what his real nose looks like.
To see more of Roberta Hancock’s work please check out her Hurricane in a Box Flickr stream.
You can also find lots more incredible iPad paintings to enjoy in our own iPad Art section.
Today’s featured iPad painting is ‘Hipster’.
It’s the work of another of our long-time favorite iPad artists, Helene Goldberg. I love how this image manages to keep Goldberg’s abstract style while also being quite a clear portrait of a prototype hipster. It’s just fun to look at I think.
You can see lots more of Goldberg’s lovely iPad artwork at her hgberk Flickr stream.
And of course you can see more incredible iPad paintings at our own iPad Art section.
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.
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