A portrait of Steve Huison using the addLib and Brushes apps on the iPad. This portrait was created for Julia Kay’s Portrait Party on Flickr. You can see Steve’s wonderful artwork on his Flickr Stream. You can also see Steve’s portrait of myself and Martin Beek here.
Monthly Archives: April 2010
I’ve been experimenting with various lenses on Hipstamatic to determine which I like best. I decided to take the same picture several times so I have samples I can refer back to because I’m still not familiar with what effects they have. I find that I like the colors of John S. and Lucifer the most and I prefer the Kodot Verichrome Film because it seems to give the image more light. The Berry Pop Flash gives everything a purplish glow, which I kind of like in certain situations.
John S Lens, Kodot Verichrome and Berry Pop Flash
Jimmy Lens, Kodot Verichrome and no flash
Kaimal Mack Lens, Kodot Verichrome
Helga Viking Lens, Kodot Verichrome, no flash
Lucifer, Kodot Verichrome, no flash
Roboto Glitter, Kodot Verichrome, no flash
Roboto Glitter, Float Film, Berry Pop
Roboto Lens, Film Ina, Berry Pop Flash
Fingerprint this! Time for reflection by Blue Sky Day, originally uploaded by Ritaflo.
Created for the Fingerpaint This Group on Flickr based on the photo by Blue Sky Day. Sketchbook Pro on iPad.
This painting was included in the blog iPhone Painters Japan.
About a month ago I joined Julia Kay’s Portrait Party on Flickr and blogged about it here. Since then I’ve done about 16 portraits using various mediums, but mainly Fingerpainting on the iPhone. Some of my favorites are the ones that I’ve created using the app Toonpaint:
Brushes on iPad
One of my first paintings on the iPad using Brushes for iPad. I loved working on the larger surface and being able to vary my brush strokes and really see what I was working on.
Special thanks to iPad Studio Blog for featuring this painting on their blog.