Monday, 19 April 2010

Art Monday: Subway Trilobite


Subway Trilobite
Digital, 2009.

Originally appeared
here.

Done using the Brushes app on my iPod Touch while commuting by subway.


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5 comments:

Marco Ferrigno said...

this surely has to be soemthing of significance, art created on a phone?

I have thought of it but never actually thought it could be done, and to a good standard aswell, lovely wings. The patterning is very realistic on them,I think certain key features like that really enable people to connect and identify images like these.

Marco.

Glendon Mellow said...

Mine is an iPod Touch, not a phone, but the same programs work on both. And they're making new ones for the iPad.

This was made using Brushes, and there's a number of other programs. I also have AutoDesk Sketchbook Pro.

You can see the few I've posted online here.

You should also check out Fingerpainted.it. Great blog.

And thanks about the wings, Marco: I like the little luminous speckles and splotches.

Marco Ferrigno said...

Just a quick thought, have you ever considerd doing a flying trilobite with wings like a gliding snake or sugar glider? Were the wings are membranes of skin stretched out between two appendages on either side?

Marco.

Glendon Mellow said...

Hmm, I've started one like a helicopter, but no, that hadn't occurred to me.

Good idea, Marco!

linda said...

Please help me find 70,000 kind hearted people worldwide willing to buy virtual lemonade advertisement plot to help fund for college

Pixels for Lemonade

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