Artist-in-Action

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A friend sent me this link:

http://www.stevegoad.com/coolart/doodlepad.html

Click on the thumbnails and run the application to view the artist create a digital “painting” only using a pencil/brush-type tool and a smudge-type-tool. It’s amazing.

The bird ones take a while a complete but are worth watching through; the other two are on super-speed.

(Click on the screen to pause it, and you’ll see a play or stop button show up as well.)

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  • http://www.fokjou.nl/ OReason

    Too bad the doodlepads are in .exe-format. I’m on a Mac..

  • ejustice

    Very facinating to watch but I wonder why Flash wasn’t used to present the drawing process? I don’t make it a habit to click on .exe files except when the source is reliable.

  • http://www.sitepoint.com AlexW

    Very facinating to watch but I wonder why Flash wasn’t used to present the drawing process? I don’t make it a habit to click on .exe files except when the source is reliable.

    It is a shame. People are quite right to wary of EXE files and there’s not much there that couldn’t be imported into Flash easily. It would probably save him some bandwidth too, as it could stream – meaning people that closed it beore the end, wouldn’t be downloading the whole thing.

  • http://www.anblik.com/ WebCrawler

    wow, thats an excellent way of demonstarting the entire buildup process. Which application they use ?

  • http://www.perezdesigngroup.com PerezDesignGroup

    This is the application he used…very simple tools.
    http://www.drawinghand.com/artstudio.html

  • Jess

    Thank you for sharing! Great job!

  • markchivs

    With my complete lack of design skills I’m naturally impressed by anything that looks half decent but that application is fantastic