1. bill says:

    WOW! I wish Leonardo Da Vinci could have seen this!

  2. moss says:

    Amazing software. This dude is obviously classically trained in technique – and the software allows that to be translated through the touch screen.

    I’ve seen the results of the product before – but, never a neato stop-motion video.

  3. dusanmal says:

    Just imagine how much more could be done if iPad have had precise stylus option… Human kind rarely produces art by fingers alone. Since earliest times we invented precise pointing tools to enhance what our brain can do but our hands and fingers alone can’t. But than, there is that finger of Steve…

  4. FRAGaLOT says:

    This is what people are forced to do, since the iPad has no a camera. 🙂

  5. Zybch says:

    I wonder why a comparison shot wasn’t shown at the end.
    Probably because while the end result looked good, it was nothing like how the subject looked and showing a side-by-side shot would have ruined the whole thing.

  6. LDA says:

    Wow, that’s brilliant.

  7. jobs says:

    #6 That is why it called art.

  8. WmDE says:

    Before and after? Original and copy?

    I’m impressed.

  9. wetback says:

    #9,

    the result looks a lot like fidel castro dude….


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