August 29, 2013 3 min read
Art enthusiasts and tech lovers alike are fascinated by this new style of painting. Using apps like ArtStudio Pro ($4.99, but there's a FREE Lite version) and FinngrPro ($0.99), modern-day artists can create wonderful pieces of digital art on their tablets.
You never know when inspiration will strike. With this emerging art form, artists can take out their iPads and begin sketching or painting immediately. Evan Thomas is an iPad artist who started out just drawing as a way to pass the time. Now he showcases his work at State Fairs and even teaches classes in iPad art.
We are honored that Evan's preferred tool is his TruGlide Stylus! In his bio below, he talks about how he got started, exhibiting at the California State Fair, and of course, his stylus preference. (I especially like the part where he calls the TruGlide "the greatest thing since sliced cheese"!)
|Evan Thomas showcases his iPad art at the California State Fair|