I did this watercolour and wrote the words quite a few years back. I scanned it in using the “Scanner Pro” app on my iPad, and then took it into the “Phonto” app to type in my haiku. I call this picture and haiku; an illustrated haiku, rather than a haiga.
In a haiga the relationship between the artwork and haiku, is of a particular kind, and not specifically an illustration of the haiku. Although, it can get tricky to knowing exactly where to draw the line (no pun intended ) 🙂 in our modern English versions of this traditional Japanese art-form.
This one about the washing, will be included in a book I’ve put together called “Poems from Home: a Collection of Illustrated Haiku”. Another handmade book of mine, that I’ll slowly turn into an ebook, using “Book Creator”; an excellent app. There’s more about the apps I use on my page “Some App Information”.
I have so many art and writing projects on the go, and then I get new ideas in-between (which of course is great) but, it means it’ll take a fairly long time to do it all. Not to worry, it’s good fun, which makes it easy to persevere!
I plan to share more of of my art on paper and canvas, along with my iPad art. Thankful† for all the choices in media that I have, and opportunities to do these things.
Have a lovely day.