Painting on the iPad ‘David Hockney style’ tutorial by Jeanie Mellersh, combining art and technology. The iPad allows you to paint without getting your hands dirty, providing an easy and simple way to create colourful paintings without a single brush stroke. Jeanie Mellersh shows us how to do it step by step.
Forget about waiting for paint to dry, those days are over!
The iPad allows you to paint without expensive colours and brushes, replacing the old pallet with a tablet computer.
David Hockney has been using the iPad to paint anything from landscapes to still life.
His recent exhibition at London’s Royal Academy, displayed a number of his digital art pieces among his other larger oil pieces. The striking images are mostly defined by their vibrant colours, found in the face of the subject or in stunning landscapes he has captured so beautifully.
Local New Forest artist Jeanie Mellersh, a pioneer of digital art has also been experimenting with the iPad.
She takes the iPad into the forest and to the beach and paints the beautiful scenerey around her without worrying about her paints and brushes.
She simply finds the iPad practical and easy to use and the digital aspect allows her to share her artwork with a wider audience.