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“Hockney used several applications, including one called Brushes, to draw the pictures.”
“Developer Steve Sprang showcased an application called Brushes, which is already available as an iPhone app.”
“It's an app called 'Brushes,'" Mr. Kortes explained.”
“While I don't venture too often into the "App Store" because I would rather spend my money on books, recent news that David Hockney uses his iPhone and an application called Brushes to sketch new works forced me to reconsider my position on the matter of paid applications.”
“Recent news that David Hockney uses his iPhone and an application called Brushes to sketch new works forced me to reconsider my position on the matter of paid applications.”
“Portuguese-born artist, Jorge Colombo uses a program called Brushes and draws each detailed sketch usingÂ his fingers on his iPhone.”
“But soon he discovered one of those newfangled iPhone applications, entitled Brushes, which allows the user digitally to smear, or draw, or fingerpaint (it's not yet entirely clear what the proper verb should be for this novel activity), to create highly sophisticated full-color images directly on the device's screen, and then to archive or send them out by e-mail.”
“In his stop-motion short - titled "Brushes, I Don't Need No Stinking Brushes" - Richart uses mostly his left hand to paint.”
“Sprang calls Brushes 'color picker "desktop class" and includes swatches.”
“There is an enhanced tool called Brushes, which allows photographers to paint adjustments and filters directly onto their images using new enhanced edge detection.”
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