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What iPad Drawing Apps Can Do: Breathtaking Paintings

07-Jul-2010 by Ndrey Rivers

Artist of Kyle Lambert has proven the truly unique capability of the iPad by creating an amazing portrait of the artist and performer, Beyonce Knowles.

portrait of Beyonce-on iPad


Artist around of world have used the iPad and fingers in drawing, but no one could beat the brilliance of Kyle Lambert whose gallery includes some of the world’s best paintings, and various drawing apps.

Kyle Lambert created the photorealistic portrait of Beyonce on the table with the use of a finger, and Steve Sprang’s Brushes application. The painting is known to be a distinctive work and is a significant piece in the contemporary art.

Brushes is a popular painting application originally created for the iPhone and iPod touch. An enhance version for the iPad has been recently released. Painting using this app have been produced and featured in The New Yorker several times.

Brushes for the iPad features advanced color picker, high quality brushes, layers, extreme zooming, and a simple yet deep interface. The software drawing tool is predicted to be a success for the Apple iPad.

Lambert have done remarkable portraits in the past using the iPhone. Previous portraits include Will Smith, Megan Fox, Jennifer Aniston, and a number of comic book-style drawings, as well as his self-portraits.

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