Freehand drawn - with my finger - on the iPad. I used a brown paper surface, and: paint, pencil and smudge tools, in the Art Set Pro app. Have a great weekend!
Flowers 1.R – Drawn on the iPad
I used charcoal, paint and the smudge tools (drawn with my finger) in the Art Set Pro app.
A Video – Sketching on my iPad
I've mentioned about placing a video here of me (at least of my finger) drawing and painting on the iPad. Finally, I've (ok, my hand) has made it to the big, or rather the small screen. You may have seen videos of artists, swishing about with their media, with great mood music playing in the background,... Continue Reading →
A Watercolour/Art app Mix, Process Pics, and a Poem
This began as a quick black watercolour pencil sketch; about 4" x 6" (10cm x 15cm) in size. A favourite subject matter of mine - a mother and baby. I whooshed some water over it and then with my iPad, scanned it in, using the "Scanner Pro" app. I like the look of the original,... Continue Reading →
Some Recent ArtWorks, and a Bit About My Exhibition
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 →
Pencil, Charcoal, Paint…in “Art Set Pro” and a P.S Note
With my finger on the iPad screen - I built this up, much like I'd do with pencil on paper. Mostly drawn, from my imagination...though I always see plenty of dishes...around here! P.S Note. For a while, I unpublished my Facebook Artist page, as I was fed up their awful algorithms; (plus aspects of Facebook... Continue Reading →
Some Artworks, Mostly using Media in the “Procreate” app.
Finally I've returned to trying out the app, "Procreate". It's what I call one of the more "complex" apps to use; and for a while I was quite put off by all the "bells" and "whistles". There is myriad of choices in media and mark making tools; much of which I'm not keen to use... Continue Reading →
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