A Disney Artist Draws Way Better Than Us...On His iPhone
Jan 05, 2009 17:26
In case your self-esteem has gotten too high, you should check out a small collection of work by Disney artist Stef Kardos—all of it made on the iPhone's touchscreen.
Kardos created this and other pieces in the Brushes iPhone app and has since posted them to his Flickr account.
But not to be outdone, there's an equally impressive demonstration clip of Brushes by David Onze. While I know better than to try my own hand at the program, it's pretty remarkable how deftly some artists can handle the often finicky medium of the iPhone's touch display. For the rest of us, I guess we'll always have iFart. [Flickr via Trendland and Notcot]
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