* I draw and paint on the screen, using my finger, rather than use a stylus.
These are some of my recent works I drew and painted on my iPad and haven’t got around to sharing here yet.
I’ve ran out of time to make a video of me, or at least my finger, drawing and painting on the screen, this year. Hope to share some of them here next year! Among these pics are the
“face” drawings and paintings I often enjoy doing.
I’ll send through my Christmas post
in a couple of hours. Nearly Christmas day – still a bit to do!
Another drawing from my preinstalled note app on my iPad air 2. *Now using an iPad Pro 10.5.
Love this simple, fun app called “Drawing Pad”. A fun naturalistic drawer to pull out and choose media from – and the media is great!
Another quick sketch in the “Drawing Pad” app.
Charcoal and paint in the “Art Set Pro” app.
I began this in “Art Rage” and to smooth it over I used a smudge tool in the “Art Set Pro” app. Pity there doesn’t seem to be these tools in “Art Rage”, yet it is still an excellent art app.
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The underpainting of women’s face using paint in “Art Rage”.
As you can see here on the left, this is the media available in “Art Rage”. Face is taking shape.
This is the pic taken into the “Art Set Pro” app for a bit of smoothing out of the skin tones.
Playing about using the conte crayons and sponge in the “Art Set Pro” app.
Started off with a mess of lines as you can see in the hair area…playing about in the “Art Set Pro” app.
A quick try out of the art app “Procreate”, which I’m getting to like more and more each time I use!
Swishing around oil pastel, paint and the smudge tools in the “Art Set Pro” app.
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Hello there, I’m Janette. I draw, paint, and occasionally write and illustrate poems - mostly haiku. I work in various art media, and sometimes, with my fingertip on an iPad. I live in lovely Australia.
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December 24, 2015
art, blogging, drawing, faces, illustrations, iPad art, oil pastel, painting, sketching, watercolour, writing
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