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Technically DC: Why this NoMa artist adopted iPad painting

Not that it’s the same, but NoMa-based artist Ariel Klein has found that iPad painting can be more nimble than the real thing.

For one thing, it’s more portable, offering a full palette of colors that he can use in an airplane, while hiking or even at the circus, like he did in 2013 at the Cavalia “Odysseo” show.

Since then, he’s been all about ArtRage and Procreate — two iPad apps he uses to create digital paintings.

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