Tag Archives: iPad mini

#sketches: Easter special, Hiroshige’s “Rabbits and the Moon”, 1849-53

19 Apr

Happy Easter, everyone! I drew Hiroshige’s “Rabbits and the Moon”, 1849-53, on iPad mini again, using ArtRage. It took a few hours. Below is a big version (2048×1536).

Hiroshige's Rabbits and the Moon, 1849-53

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#sketches: ArtRage version of Hiroshige’s “Gion Shrine in snow”, 1834

8 Apr

Tada! The big (2048 x 1536 px) and detailed version of Hiroshige’s “Gion Shrine in snow, 1834” is available!

This version was done on iPad mini using ArtRage, finally. (The previous version of a couple days ago was coloured with Sketches App.)

I like some parts of the painting best in the previous version (leaves details, in particular), but I suppose it can be done with ArtRage too. The amount of detail of the one below, achieved with ArtRage is amazing. I’m rather pleased how it came out :)

Hiroshige Gion Shrine in snow, 1834

#sketches: Hiroshige’s “Gion Shrine in snow, 1834”

6 Apr

I drew Hiroshige’s “Gion Shrine in snow, 1834”, a lovely winter illustration of Kyoto.

I made this on iPad mini again. I made the contours using ArtRage, and painted it with Sketches App.

I spent 3 to 5 hours every day for the contours during three days, and 5 hours tonight painting. I was stuck on painting with Artrage for so long that I returned to Sketches for the colouring. So I lost the custom size of ArtRage (twice as big); oh well…

Update 2014-04-08: check out the big (2048 x 1536 px) version made with ArtRage.

Hiroshige's Gion Shrine in snow, 1834