Monday, December 10, 2012

Head in Orange and Blue (iPad Painting)

Drawn from life, last month.

Art Rage app on iPad.

Nature update:
The does align.

24 comments:

  1. Another inspirational iPad painting.I was thinking about doing one today and changed my mind. I never did get a stylus plus you've set the bar pretty high.

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  3. I like the boldness and surprise of the color choices. This would be hard to look away from in a gallery of 50 other, mostly tamer pieces. (Do iPad works end up in galleries?).

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  4. You're always unexpected. But I really am getting to love Torso in Ink. I mean, I liked it before, but now I'm loving it.

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  5. Interesting person.
    Why did you decide to paint her?

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  7. helen has left a new comment on your post "Head in Orange and Blue (iPad Painting)":

    I would say 'Picasso - esque' is I may.



    Posted by helen to Jean's Paintings at December 16, 2012 4:53 PM

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  8. Wow. It looks so thickly painted. I would never have guessed the iPad.

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  9. I wish I had your freedom of expression. Nice.

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  10. interesting how the application also uses paper texture. Gives it an eerie kind of look

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  11. wow you did this on iPad?! how amazing.

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  12. Very spontaneous and fabulous !

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  13. Hi Jean, always good with the ipad :-) heheh I can't do, I try but i don't understand with the program.. maybe i will try again.
    any way I'm here to wish you a happy new year

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  14. I'm assuming all is well, and you're just taking a breather.

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  15. Thanks, all.

    Banjo, I don't know, since they would either be on the ipad, or would have to br printed out.

    Belated happy new year.

    Thanks, AH. I am taking a breather.

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  16. I honestly don't know how you did this on an I-PAD. It is so painterly.

    Do you then print them out?

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  17. Thanks, Shanna.

    I haven't been printing them.

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  18. Hi, PA.

    It has been more than a little break from posting.

    Hope to start again, soon.

    Thanks for checking. I am doing okay.

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  19. Hi Jean.Several months spent on a job I returned to enjoy the work of those who follow. It's amazing how traces on ipad.My favorite painter is L.Freud and I read that you also like.
    Hugs from Barcelona
    If I may suggest you visit the work of Toby Boothman

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  20. Thank you for the suggestion, Blanco. I will.

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