Mobile artist around the world can celebrate that the first full featured painting emulator for the iPad, ArtRage,has come to the iPhone.
It’s special introductory price is only $ 0.99. Click here for details and download.
Watch this space for reviews and artwork.
Joey Livingston is an avid fingerpainter who has been around quite a while, but to my own worries had turned a bit silent over the last weeks. Turns out he was busy with one of the most complete and impressing illustration projects done on the iPad that I’ve seen so far.
(I met Joey in a small café at the back of our minds for a little interview.)
Joey, you just relaunched your own website, Commotion Creative, completely illustrated on the iPad. What was your job in it?
I was the illustrator with the iPad. 🙂 Actually, it was my task to oversee the whole project. I did all the illustration work, designed the look and feel of the site, and did much of the writing.
John Halliday: “The media is trying to saying that the iPad is meant to deliver content not to create content. I disagree here is a movie made with iPad apps. Made on iPad with Voxel, Brushes and SilentFilm apps.”
“Burry & Cannot: On Strings” by Benjamin Rabe. So often, Benjamin looks beyond his own stream of work to find great new fingerpaintings to post to the FP.it blog. I just could not allow for this little masterpiece to slip under the radar. So, yes, I am posting this extraordinary piece by B. Rabe himself as Painting of the Day!