September 1, 2013

Seikou Yamaoka finger paints masterpieces with an #iPad (VIDEO)

Japanese office worker Seikou Yamaoka has become known for his impressive reproductions of artistic masterpieces using his iPad. Yamaoka uses an app, which costs under £5, to recreate famous works of art such as Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring. The artist also uses the iPad to paint original compositions
A Japanese office worker has made a name for himself as a digital finger painting maestro.


Seikou Yamaoka, from Osaka, produces replicas of masterpieces and new works using his iPad and iPhone.


The app Yamaoka uses cost less than £5 but he has managed to use it to draw portraits, landscapes and compositions.

His digital finger painting skills have made him something of an internet sensation, with each YouTube video showing him painting on his iPad getting over 100,000 hits every time.
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