As many of you know I've been experimenting with the iPad's capabilities as a painting medium for a few months now. This is my latest piece, once again done in Savage Interactive's Procreate with Artist Harware's Sensu Brush and Targus' 2-in-1 Executive Stylus. I worked on this portrait in my spare time over the course of a few days. Altogether I'd estimate that it took just under 4 hours to complete. During that time documented my process which, if you're interested in reading about, can be found after the jump. As always, if you have any questions just leave a comment and I'll be happy to replay as soon as I can. Enjoy.
Sensu Brush, Targus Executive Stylus, Proceate.
This is my latest iPad painting, once again using my handy 2-in-1 Targus stylus and Procreate. Very special thanks goes out to Eta (the model) and my good friend, Caterina, who introduced me to her. Both are immensely talented artists. Check out their work here:
Ever since David Kassan showed me a time-lapse video of his first iPad painting I've been dying to try it for myself. After a long wait, I finally got my hands on an iPad and started experimenting over the holidays. Thus far I've used Sketchbook Express, ArtRage and my app of choice, Procreate. I've also tried out a few different stylus', preferring the hand-held approach to the 'finger painting' method. At the moment I'm using a Targus 2-in-1 Executive Stylus which combines a conductive touch-screen nib with a traditional roller ball pen.
Recently, the good folks over at Targus caught wind of my doodling and asked to interview me about integrating the iPad into my work. You can check it out here: Artist Pushes Creative Boundaries With Apple iPad.
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