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Reproduction of 'Girl With The Pearl Earring' on iPad


Dragon_Heart

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Japanese artist Seikou Yamaoka has recreated the iconic artwork 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' by finger painting on an iPad Mini. Fived hours of work shown in a 5 minute clip.

A great artist !

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Quickbeam

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That's a lot more difficult than it looks to use a screen interface compared to real textured paper.

Has anyone here ever done an electronic signature for a parcel at the door that doesn't look like it was signed with a broken arm in a pot, and someone elses at that?

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Dragon_Heart

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"electronic signature for a parcel at the door 2

Yes but those little gadget gets a lot less TLC than an iPad mini !

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spuds

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QB- I think most people have had the same problems, but at least you can argue it wasn't your signature, and produce the 'real one' to prove it :O)

Going off subject slightly, the other evening there was a program on Freeview Pick TV Inside: Gangs Behind Bars. Members of the various gangs were trusted to hold small documents of highly confidential material. The writing on those documents were minute, and the gangs actually trained members on the art of producing the very fine scripts on these very small strips of paper. The only problem, lose or disclose anything on the documents, and it could result in a death sentence or severe beating!.

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bumpkin

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" Members of the various gangs were trusted to hold small documents of highly confidential material. The writing on those documents were minute, and the gangs actually trained members on the art of producing the very fine scripts on these very small strips of paper"

What for?

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Aitchbee

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Andy Warhol 'painted' Debbie Harry using an Amiga 1000 computer [a great home computer] way back in 1985.

Andy paints Deborah Harry

I could only draw lines, boxes and circles on my Amiga ;o]

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Quickbeam

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That's why everybody knows who Andy Warhol is, and only a select few know who HB is...;)

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