Jorge Colombo used his iPhone to fingerpaint the cover of The New Yorker. It’s pretty darn impressive that a $4.99 app can help create such a high quality image.
The application he used is called Brushes. The above screen recording was generated using a free companion application for Macs called Brushes Viewer. This application allows you to export high-definition versions of your paintings and Quicktime recordings.
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