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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

iPad Sketch, Still Learning

I sketched for Scavenger Hunt 397 (yes, it is a new Hunt already) http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1374696  on my iPad with the Sketchbook Pro app.

It is a learning curve.  I'm not sure if it is my age or that I am lazy about learning something new.  It is just a bit different from Brushes and I keep trying to make it act like Brushes.  This sketch took about an hour and is not great.  I also forgot to turn on the recording part.  That is automatic on Brushes. 

Have you tried any sketching on your computer, iPad or iPhone?  I like to do it, but maybe it is the "gaming" side of me, playing with the electronics!

Number 1, apple - a honeycrisp that is almost as big as the canteloupe, but not as big as I made it.
Number 2, canteloupe

I just noticed I put the date as tomorrow, too.  Whoa!


Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

nice fruit sketches :)

I've tried drawing on my tablet, prefer a pencil, but love using my art tablet. get the painting look but no mess to clean up :)

Joanna said...

Were you trying to work ahead with the date thing, Mom? :-)

Jo Castillo said...

Jennifer, you are right, no mess and very portable. Thanks.

Joanna, must have known I wasn't going to have much oomph today. :-)

Bag Blog said...

You did get a very painterly look on this sketch. I like the big apple.

I got my CD! Thanks bunches.

Jo Castillo said...

Bag Blog, thank you. I do have fun with apples!

You are most welcome fo the CD. Joanna discovered those ukelele gals. (For you that don't know it was the Love Leighs)

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