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Tag: Drawing

Amazing Frankenweenie Cupcakes Look Like Tim Burton Could Have Baked Them

Amazing Frankenweenie Cupcakes Look Like Tim Burton Could Have Baked Them
I’m really looking forward to checking out Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie. Early buzz is that it’s pretty great, and I just love Burton’s dark humor and animation style for his latest Disney flick. While we wait to get to the theater to check it out, why not relax and enjoy some cupcakes?

Pogo Connect iPad Pressure Sensitive Stylus Price and Release Date Announced

Pogo Connect iPad Pressure Sensitive Stylus Price and Release Date Announced
Styluses aren’t just for Samsung devices, there are plenty available for iPads and iPhones. While most of them are pretty crappy, the most interesting are the ones that can connect to your iPad via Bluetooth and convey pressure sensitive information.

PressurePen Stylus Adds Pressure Sensitivity to iPad, Android Tablets

PressurePen Stylus Adds Pressure Sensitivity to iPad, Android Tablets
I’ve longed for a stylus that was actually good for drawing on my iPad, but after many purchases, I’m still not satisfied. What I really want is something that has a fairly fine tip, but can also produce pressure data.

Wacom Realism Stylus Samples Colors from the Real World – If Only It Were Real

Wacom Realism Stylus Samples Colors from the Real World – If Only It Were Real
I went and bought a stylus a few weeks ago, when I got hooked to OMGPOP’s Draw Something game. The craze has since subsided, but I still use my stylus a lot to doodle and just draw simple sketches on my tablet.

Drawing Apparatus Turns Turntables into Spirograph Robot

Drawing Apparatus Turns Turntables into Spirograph Robot
Turntables can certainly be used to make art – but I usually think of them as a tool for auditory creation, not visual so much. Not so in this project, which transformed a couple of ordinary turntables into a drawing machine.

Piccolo CNC Drawing Bot: Budding Robotic Artist

Piccolo CNC Drawing Bot: Budding Robotic Artist
Would you expect anyone to be able to assemble a drawing robot for less than $70? Well, the Diatom design studio, run by Tiago Rorke and Greg Saul, collaborated with Cheng Xu and Huaishu Peng of the CMU CoDe Lab to create this pocket-sized robot kit.

Zen Table: Etch A Sketch for the Rich

Zen Table: Etch A Sketch for the Rich
If you’d like to have your own zen garden but don’t have the real estate or the skills to maintain one, Simon Hallam’s invention may be a good alternative. Hallam’s Zen Table has a glass-covered surface filled with silicone beads.

jaja: Pressure-Sensitive iPad Stylus Uses Sound Waves to Detect Pressure

jaja: Pressure-Sensitive iPad Stylus Uses Sound Waves to Detect Pressure
if you like to sketch on your iPad, you know there are a bunch of styluses on the market and coming out which try to improve upon the drawing and painting experience in apps like ArtRage.

Senseless Drawing Bot: Truth in Advertising

Senseless Drawing Bot: Truth in Advertising
With silly product names like “Wii”, “PSVita”, “Siri”, and “Xperia,” sometimes it’s nice to be able to look at the name of something, and then when you see it, you say “that’s exactly what I expected”. 

Awesome Geek Lunch Bag Art

Awesome Geek Lunch Bag Art
Lunch boxes are fine. You can get them in almost any geeky flavor you want, but with the graphics already on them. That takes some of the fun out of lunch. It’s far better to bring a bagged lunch and draw your own geek art on the brown bag while you are eating.

Wacom Inkling Combines Physical Drawings with the Digital World

Wacom Inkling Combines Physical Drawings with the Digital World
I’ve featured devices which let you digitize the images and text you write on paper before, but this new gadget from the master of drawing tablets, Wacom, decidedly improves upon the concept, capturing up to 1024 levels of pressure from drawings done on paper.

Steam War Machines Go from Sketches to Awesome LEGO Creations

Steam War Machines Go from Sketches to Awesome LEGO Creations
Steampunk. We’ve all seen our fair share of it, and you might think that it’s pretty played out. That’s what I thought too, but then I saw Beau Donnan’s steampunk sketches.

Paul the Robot Hand-Draws Portraits (Sloppily)

Paul the Robot Hand-Draws Portraits (Sloppily)
If there were a such thing as a robot mom or dad of the sort that goes to the office and welds on the assembly line all day and had a little kid robot that comes home from school with artwork for the fridge, Paul the Robot’s drawings would be what was stuck behind those magnets.

Connect A Sketch Lets Two Users Work on a Drawing Without a Fistfight

Connect A Sketch Lets Two Users Work on a Drawing Without a Fistfight
My parents were crazy when I was a kid. They would get a single toy and expect me to share it with my brother. I’m not sure why they thought we were capable of sharing considering all the fights we got into over who had something before the other.

Ryan Jones’ Star Wars Art: These Aren’t the Drawings You’re Looking For

Ryan Jones’ Star Wars Art: These Aren’t the Drawings You’re Looking For
These graphite pencil illustrations of Star Wars characters in everyday situations totally crack me up. I think it was the one with Darth Vader, titled I Find Your Lack of Hunger Disturbing that pushed me over the edge.

Rpc M1b: Stops Zombies, Dead in Their Tracks

Rpc M1b: Stops Zombies, Dead in Their Tracks
Next time you come face to face with a zombie, just whip out your old Rocket Propelled Chainsaw, and finish him off with style.

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