Old digital work on Palm TX




I started using a hand held computer for painting in 2004. Regrettably, no sketches survived the Palm TX falling off the kitchen table in 2008.

The sketches below were made on a second Palm TX hand-held from 2008. It had a transflective TFT screen of 3,7 inch with a resolution of 320x480 pixels. You could draw with a sharp little stylus in a program called 'Note Pad'. The tiny toolbox held one brush tip (in 3 sizes) a 1-size eraser, no colors and, important, no 'undo'. Images had a resolution of 96 dpi. As with the first Palm, lines consisted not of dots but of small squares and they were never smooth.





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Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Paul reading the paper, 2008



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
The road to the beach, 2008 



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Lybian sea, 2008



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
My sister, 2008



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Good morning, 2008



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Composition 1, 2008



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Composition 2, 2008


Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Martha cleaning, 2008


Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Cherry basket, Greece, 2008


Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
Lame pigeon, Greece 2008


Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
My birth certificate, 2008


Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
My father, 2008


Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
My mother2008



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
My first summer, 2008



Digital painting with Notepad on Palm PDA
My first winter, 2008


 

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