*I prefer to draw with my finger on the iPad screen, rather than use a stylus, or iPad pencil. Drawing can be a great place to escape to - a quiet, solitary place - where all seems right with the world. I had a happy childhood, yet sometimes I found many things overwhelming, and drawing... Continue Reading →
* I prefer to draw with my finger on the screen, rather than use a stylus, or an iPad pencil. Have a great day!
*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 →
Drawing from observation is certainly very important in the early stages of learning to draw - also an ongoing journey. However, after many years of doing this and possibly by now, thousands of drawings later, I find myself sometimes using, what I like to call, "poetic licence"; and draw from memory and imagination. This has... Continue Reading →
This is a drawing I did 17 yrs ago; probably around the same time I wrote the poem. I used an oil pastel resist technique. It's framed and hanging up in our lounge room. I scanned it into my iPad with the "Scanner Pro” app, and took it into "Art Set Pro" - where I... Continue Reading →
Over the years, I've drawn and painted many mother and baby images; some from photos of me with one of our four sons; others, like the faces I draw, are a mix of memory and imagination. They are usually motherhood moments of those special times, of hugs and baby smiles. Also, being a mum -... Continue Reading →