Friday, May 26, 2017

'The New Yorker' Cover Sketched on iPad

It's pretty cool to see how Apple products have been used in professional productions. We've already seen iPhone cameras being used to create feature-length films. This week The New Yorker had its cover sketched on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil. It's really cool to see the results of these kinds of creations. The artist, Jorge Colombo, sketched it while watching the scene in real life, worried the basketball would hit him or the iPad.

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