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 mostly 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, on the captions. Thought I'd place them into a gallery format, makes it easier to view them at a glance,... 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!
Touch one pic below to enlarge the three of them. I prefer to draw and paint with my finger on the screen, rather than use a stylus, or iPad pencil. Have a great weekend!
*There are progress pics, further along. I prefer to draw with my finger on the screen, rather than use a stylus, or iPad pencil. Since childhood I've been drawing "faces"; often from memory and imagination. This is another one of them. In my post called "About Drawing Faces", there is more about these "faces" and... Continue Reading →
I drew this quite a few years back, probably with a flurry..in a hurry; which was often the case, in a household with four young sons.(Young men now) I used a watercolour graphite pencil. Just a little water brushed on the line work, creates lovely grey washes. Today, as I looked at this drawing, tacked... Continue Reading →