Monday, September 26, 2011

Some amazing digital art

I was astonished to read about a Japanese artist who uses the 3½" screen of an Apple iPod Touch as his canvas, along with a $2.99 app, ArtStudio, to produce some amazing pictures. The Telegraph reports that Seikou Yamaoka took about 3½ hours to produce the image shown below, creating it during his train journey to work.

Here's a speeded-up video showing how he did it.

That's amazing! You can see more of his creations in an online picture gallery at the Telegraph, and more videos on YouTube showing him at work. He also has a Facebook page.



freddyboomboom said...

You should see the artwork created on a Nintendo DS (as well as iPod Touch/iPhone) created by and app called colors.

One of the artists at the studio I used to work at used it on his DS to keep his hand in drawing.

Tim Churchill said...

We use the old technology here.

(4th one down)