Amazing Finger Paintings on the iPad by Seikou Yamaoka

Amazing Finger Paintings on the iPad by Seikou Yamaoka

Morning commute to work is usually a waste of time with a cup of coffee or other beverage, newspaper, book or music on the way. Not for Seikou Yamaoka. Japanese artist is using the transportation time to his office wisely.

Having just an iPad or an iPhone in his hands, Yamaoka creates an amazing art. You would never be able to say that the only tools he uses are ArtStudio app and his finger. His complex paintings look like there were done with oil or acrylic, not just Apple device.

Zooming in and out, working on each tiny detail Yamaoka even made his own version of  Johannes Vermeer’s masterpiece “Girl With a Pearl Earring”. The 5 hour process can be watched on the video here.

 SEE ALSO: Believe It or Not, These Hyper-Realistic Portraits Were Drawn Using Only A Pencil

[Source: My Modern Met]

Filed in: Arts Tags: , , ,

Share your thoughts

2011-2013 © UrbanPeek All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted. I try my best to attribute images, videos, and quotes to their creators and original sources.Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited - Cairo, Egypt.