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Amazing iPad Finger Paintings for Inspiration

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Artists are not made but they are born. Art is the way one gets connected to life; for some it is way to communicate with God and for some it is the only thing which can bring peace. Well there are plenty of lucky should around the globe who are involved in one or the other form of art. If you are reading this post either you are an artist or somehow you feel some closeness to the art. This post is about paintings; color on the computer. Don’t get surprised, I understand that flow of colors on canvas looks so beautiful but with advancement in technology this art has taken new dimensions as well.

I am talking about iPad Finger Painting which for sure is not child play. But many of you who have that artist inside can manage and come up with a masterpiece and can paint marvelously without canvas. Like you many online artists uses iPhones, iPads to draw to enjoy art with technology. Though I am not a good artist myself but I am a great admirer and always get inspired by good creative work. Hence I decided to collect some amazing iPad Finger Paintings for inspiration. Let me share some of the best iPad finger paintings with you as I believe good things are meant to be shared. So let us have a look.

 

Whale

Whale

 

Photorealistic Morgan Freeman

Photorealistic Morgan Freeman

 

Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever

 

Dad and Son

Dad and Son

 

Portrait of Sadie

Portrait of Sadie

 

Selfinflicted

Selfinflicted

 

Owl

Owl

 

Celebrities

Celebrities

 

Humpty Bunny

Humpty Bunny

 

Colonnade at Standford University

Colonnade at Standford University

 

Chinatown

Chinatown

 

Never Modal

Never Modal
Did you notice the finesse, the colors, the shades, styles and effects? No doubt world is full of superb artists. The sensitivity and emotions are so well expressed and that too on iPad. Too good to absorb so easily but when you see something so beautiful right in front of you, you have to believe it.

There are apps like Brushes or some specialist art apps like Procreate where not only you can draw but share with your online community as well. These apps allow you to work layer by layer, captures even the finest brush strokes to produce real or lifelike portraits.

Allow me to mention one recent example here of an iPad finger painting of Morgan Freeman by UK-based visual artist Kyle Lambert on his iPad. Procreate was the software used and estimated brush strokes applied are whooping 285,000. Are you inspired enough to spend some time of your day in this beautiful combination of art and technology? I am sure you are. Let the artist in you to come out and don’t wait anymore to get your own masterpiece. Best Wishes!