Japanese artist Seikou Yamaoka began to create complex digital pictures on his way to and from work. To do this, he needed only two auxiliary things: iPod Touch and the program from the App Store – ArtStudio. Polished up his skills in motion, Seikou gradually acquired the skill of writing an amazing artistry on the apple device.
Using just his fingertips and inexpensive application, the artist carefully establishes color lines on the 3.5 inch screen for hours on end. In the comments to his masterpieces, it can’t be named in other words; he said that his goal is to make a full watercolor work that it resembles the digital graphics in no way.
Especially for those who doubt the authenticity, he even took some video clips that demonstrate the “simplicity” of work execution frame by frame.
Again and again we assure that everything is simple, but of genius, and the genius does not need the complexity. “Think different”.