Hand Drawing

Jun 152015
 

Handmade Leather Transformer Backpack
The Transformer Backpack from Dominator.cc is one of the coolest gear carriers we saw lately! Featuring a colorful Day of The Dead print, the Transformer sports a dual design and can easily be be used as a backpack or as a messenger bag as the situation requires!

The Transformer is made of high quality moisture and dust resistant Turkish leather, sports two side pockets for smartphones and small gear, a front larger pocket for documents, wallets, sunglasses or larger gear and a main compartment designed to bigger stuff, including laptops up to 15-in. An internal zipper compartment allows you to securely store keys, ID cards as well as other sensitive pieces.

The backpack is entirely hand made and sports a beautiful Calavera Skull pyrogravure print mixed with flowers of the Dead attracting souls into it. Cool, check it out …

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Mar 052015
 

Moleskine Smart Notebook ISBN  805-12-7289-029-7
Designed for writing and sketching, the Moleskine Smart Notebook is an interesting collaboration between two big names: Moleskine and Adobe. The Smart Notebook takes to classic notebook as we know it and brings it to the modern world of technology by allowing you to comfortably write/draw with a pen on a piece of paper and digitally scan, process, edit and store your art works in Adobe Creative’s digital cloud.

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The Moleskine Smart Notebook has 160 5×8.25-in (13x21cm) plain paper pages, features a hard cover with expandable inner pocket for storing additional documents, an instructions folder and a short history of the Moleskine company and comes with a handy iPhone app (Android and Windows users are out of luck … hopefully only for the moment) which allows you to scan your art and upload it to the Adobe servers for processing and storing. Once a drawing is uploaded to the Adobe Creative’s cloud

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Jun 122014
 

Scribble - The 16 Million Color Drawing Pen!

This is heaven on earth for all graphic designers around! 16 million colors available at t touch of a button!
That’s like 250,000 sets of totally different boxes of Crayola 64!!!

All exaggerations aside, the Scribble Pen is indeed one amazing piece of gadgetry! Simply point the pen to any item, press the scan button and the pen will combine the picked up color in seconds. That’s it, now you’re ready to draw!

The Scribble comes in two versions – The Scribble Pen and The Scribble Stylus. The pen version features features a multicolor ink cartridge which is used to combine the desired colors (just like a color printer does) in a mixing chamber (see the picture above) while the stylus version allows you to capture colors and use them for virtual drawings on smartphones and tablets. Both versions sport a 16 bit color sensor able to distinguish between 16 million colors and nuances, 1GB on-board storage for saving up to 100,000 scanned colors, ARM 9 processing unit to help with rapidly analyzing all info and mixing colors, Micro USB and Bluetooth 4.0 for information sharing and data transfers to other gadgets and well as rechargeable Lithium ion batteries.

The Scribble pen and stylus will be available to the public in the following months via a Kickstarter campaign and will hit the retail market somewhere in 2015. Estimated prices: $149.95 US for the pen and $79.95 US for the stylus version.

Let’s hear you in the comments below! What’s your take on the Scribble?

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Nov 292013
 

How To Paint A Japanese Dragon In 8 Minutes Amazing Art
The clip was filmed back in 2010 by Youtube user Immow while traveling in Japan. The artist, the owner of small dragon painter shop, takes a blank sheet of paper and transforms in into a dragon work of art in just about 8 minutes!

Also check the Hand Painted Spiderman motorcycle Helmet and the 3D Body paintings by Hikaru Cho.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments …

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