Another phenomenal iPad piece. Okay, now how do you transfer your iPad drawings from Sketch Club and ArtRage to your computer. I haven't tried it with ArtRage yet, but so far no luck with Sketch Club. I'm stymied.
Looks great. The visual affects of thick brushwork looks so real. It is an amazing program.
I just love this color combination! I need one of these programs. so much better than an etch-a-sketch. ;) I'm pretty good on those. ha!
I email them to myself.There are probably other ways.I think, in theory, one should be transferring everything to computer, regularly.
Thanks, Anthony.Paints don't cost extrra, with this program.
Thanks, Joni.I bet you would be phenomenal with it.
i like it! beautiful painting
These are great. Who woulda thunk an iPad could be used for painting.
Wish you lived closer so I could know how you do it. Not that I could do it, but would love to watch.
This is one of my favorites. I love the colors and, again, I love how it looks so textured.
Hi Jane, your Ipad works are so good! have you bought the pencil? or you are using only yours fingers? are really great
Thanks, Evelin. I like it too.
Pierre, I know. It was news to me too, but then, I don't keep up with the latest anything.
AH, you are welcome to watch--and to try it out.The paint effect is thanks to the genius who developed this app.
Thanks, Margaret.The texture is my favorite part.
Thanks, Laura.I bought a pencil, but i almost always just use my fingers. It goes faster.
funny stuff - the dimensionality that iPad ap has in the brush stroke. Thick enough to cast a shadow
PA, I am quite taken with it.This app has a paint tube to squeeze out paint and various palette knives, if you want to go that route.Fun.
The bold colors really make this piece!!!So...what do you do with your ipad drawings? Do you print them?
Thanks, Chieftess.If I had a printer, I would probably print some. At this point, they live digitally.