Incredible iPad Paintings

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Flamenco Brushes 2

I’ve been fascinated with the incredible paintings being created on iPads and iPhones for years now. There is more and more fantastic art being created on iPads by digital artists and also by established and acclaimed traditional artists – like Britain’s David Hockney, just to cite one quick example.

I even run a little baby site devoted to just iPad and iPhone art. I rarely get time to update it lately though and I think I’m going to start sharing some iPad art here on iPad Insight on a regular basis. I am hoping some of you will share my admiration for the wonderful images being created on our favorite tablet device.

As a start, I’ll share some favorite iPad paintings each weekend, either instead of or in addition to a weekend iPad wallpapers post.  This week’s picks start with the image shown above – ‘Flamenco’ by Woon Tien David Chong, created with the Brushes 2 app. I love Flamenco and I love how this image captures the elegance of it.

‘Migration’ – by Cheeky Raffy, painted with the Procreate app. This one reminds me of the artwork for a movie or video game.

Migration ProCreate

‘In the Woods’ – Cheeky Raffy again, also done in Procreate:

In the Woods Procreate

‘Red Tail’ by Michael Acosta, created with the Paper by 53 app.

Red Tail Paper by 53

And finally a Halle Berry portrait, also by Woon Tien David Chong with the Procreate app.

To see more superb iPad paintings, or contribute your own, check out our iPad Insight Flickr group, or the iPad Art community on Google+.


Patrick Jordan

Founder and Editor in Chief of iPad Insight. Husband, father to a lovely daughter, Commander of the Armies of the North, dog lover (especially Labs), Austinite, former Londoner, IT consultant, huge sports nut, iPad and mobile tech blogger, mobile apps junkie.

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3 thoughts on “Incredible iPad Paintings”

  1. Incredible really. I find it especially hard to draw on a tablet, when I do I use a stylus, and it still looks really bad. I guess I’m not an artist, haha! :/

    1. Me either. My daughter and wife laugh at how atrocious my drawing non-skills are.

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