I love your i-pad series. At first I did not notice it was i-pad, though I thought it was a little different technique than I have seen you use this far, however not much different... and then I saw it:-)Very striking pieces.
Thanks, minnemie.I think that's kind of great--that you didn't notice. I just replaced the image with aslightly modified sketch that i like a little better.
I know, the fact that I could see little difference between your digital and "paper" art proves your steadfast talent!:-)
I showed the pictures in the series to my 14 year old. She growled and said "I'm jealous of people with artistic talent."
Thanks, Margaret.As I am sure you know, talent is part of it; the big part is "miles on the brush."
Well you must have wowed the crowds. Your series is fantastic. It looks like you've been using the pad all your life.
what fun - now you can hang out at cafes like the masters of old.You might want to check out this Altadena blogger. He works using one of those draw onto the screen high end wacom product. Although his blog tends to be more of the sketch on sight. He's impressive.http://stefsketches.blogspot.com/
Thanks, Linda. It's fun to be able to draw someone w/o the person knowing that you are.PA, I love Stef' s sketches. He must have good eyes and small fingers, because he can draw on his phone. I NEED the size of the iPad.
Love the art work. I am your newest follower, and invite you to join my blog as well.
Thanks and welcome, JJ.Enjoyed checking out your blog and, for the moment, am your newest follower.
It may not come naturally to you, but there's a naturalism here that make me think I've seen this fellow before.
I think he frequents all malls and parks, especially bridge games.
It's the norm to have a Norm
Wouldn't be a mall w/o him.
I think this is my favorite of your iPad offerings, so I'm interested in your feeling less comfortable with it compared to Art Rage.
Banjo, it is less intuitive for me.I have used it for my last few iPad drawings to try to get acquainted with it. Definitely an acquired taste for me, but worth acquiring.