Hi, I’m back from my annual Summer blogging break. When I left I was beginning to use more of my traditional art media. After an intensive time (I’m not one to do things by half measures) with iPad art in these past few years, it was a bit strange to be dipping brushes into water,... Continue Reading →
I often draw and paint images of a mother and baby; as a mum of four boys (young men now) it's probably not surprising. I do so many of them I've decided to begin giving each a number and letter as a title; which I also do now with my flower artworks. A bit of a... Continue Reading →
As is usual, a favourite "go to" subject matter when experimenting with media, is to draw or paint a women's face. I also employ a "face" as a way to convey a mood or emotion. They are mostly imaginary. Sometimes I can see a inkling of a likeness to me, though perhaps a younger and prettier... Continue Reading →
These are drawn and painted in a few different apps, and I did get to try out the oil pastel in the "UBrush Pro" app, which I mentioned in a previous post. *More info with the pics below, on the captions - to enlarge them all, just tap on one image. Looking at my art in this... Continue Reading →
*I draw and paint with my finger on the iPad screen, rather than use a stylus. In a revisit to the "ArtRage" app, as seen below, I discovered there were more ways with watercolour, than I initially thought. Some art apps require too much fiddling around with dials and so forth, to discover what's there. Though with... Continue Reading →
I have drawn and painted quite a few "faces" in recent weeks. I used a range of media provided, in these amazing art apps. They look much like works I do on paper and canvas. It's so handy drawing and and painting this way. No set up of materials; I just flip open the iPad lid,... Continue Reading →
*I prefer to draw and paint with my finger on the iPad screen, rather than use a stylus, or an iPad pencil. Some: faces, a mother and baby drawing, and a still life. Have a great weekend!