And not just on an iPad, but also on an iPhone. Shizuoka-born artist Seikou Yamaoka uses his fingers and an app called ArtStudio to produce truly stunning digital works.

In the above video, you can watch Yamaoka bring Johannes Vermeer's masterpiece "Girl with a Pearl Earring" to life on his iPad Mini.

The video is five minutes long; it actually took Yamaoka five hours to create his digital work. It's cool how you can see him create right before your very eyes.

Below, you can check out more of Yamaoka's digital art.

And before you start thinking this guy is all fingers and digital software, Yamaoka also has a neat watercolor video. Have a look.

Seikou Yamaoka Art Gallery [山岡セイコウ via ロケットニュース]

Seikou Yamaoka [Facebook]

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