iPainting

This video is for everyone who has assured Apple iPad is inconvenient for fingerpainting and it’s impossible to paint without touch sensibility. It shows a Brooklyn artist David Kassan demonstrating painting facilities on iPad. This wonderful picture proves that talent is the most important thing in this work and iPad is a means for its implementation. In this case David is using a simple Brushes app. Watch the video above.

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