Experimenting with the Glaze App

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After seeing several other iPhone artists on Flickr using the Glaze app I decided to try it out. The app creates various painting textures, from thick impasto to more impressionist styles. You can also mix the different filters to create more personalized textures. I experimented with one of my Hipstamatic photos and two different Inkpad drawings. I also imported an image into Artrage to tweak it and add different brushstrokes and texture. I can already tell that this will be a great app for making app mash ups. Here are some initial experiments:

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A Hipstamatic Still Life with different filters

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An image that was imported into ArtRage onto a “Canvas” texture

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An Inkpad portrait that was imported into Glaze

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An Inkpad Self Portrait that was altered with Glaze

I’m really excited about using this with photos as well as my Inkpad drawings to give the images a more painterly feel. What is the next step-real paintings from the images? If you have any suggestions for other app mash ups please leave them in the comments.

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Filed under Art, Hipstamatic, iPad Art, iPhone Art, Painting, photography

One response to “Experimenting with the Glaze App

  1. It is one of my favourite apps too, i use it on photos that i have blended in PicTwo to turn them into paintlike art.

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