Another original photo of road markings from my AM walk abstracted taken with my iPhone6. Apps - Adobe PaintCan, iColroama, Procreate, Leonardo, Snapseed, Lightbrush. I wanted to do another one of these just to make sure I could.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Photo from my iPhone 6 modified on my iPad with lots of other stuff. One of the BG images was a photo I took of road markings. Apps used - Leonardo, Light Brush, Stackables, Procreate and Snapseed. Images were in some of these apps a few times. Love making the images on my iPad but I wish I knew how I made them. When you create in Photoshop and you are finished you have your original image with all its layers (steps) - not so with apps.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Monday, November 13, 2017
Sunday, November 12, 2017
Created on my iPad - apps used Leonardo, iColorama, Procreate, Mextures. Well I sure am trying but I just feel I have no voice on my iPad. I am not sure of my direction, what I want to produce and also how to do it. The only way I know to overcome this is to just practice and work at it and learn the apps. Hopefully my path will be revealed.
Saturday, November 11, 2017
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Still playing with Project 1. I took the photo of the maple leaf on my morning walk. It is fall here in the Northeast and the leaves are falling. Apps used - Leonardo, Stackables, Lightbrush, Procreate and iColorama for the paper texture and the lettering. I used Leonardo to add the pods and tree branches to the background. This is the first time I have used iColorama for text and it works really great, you can even add shadows - still learning this app. I did extract the leaf and create the png file in Photoshop. I am enjoying making these botanical images!
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
So I am taking a course on creating Botanical images with frames on my iPad. These are two examples I made for the first project. It is a fun course and I hope to learn more about some of the apps I have on my iPad.
I have decided to work exclusively on the iPad with apps for the next couple of months. I want to get away from my dependence on Photoshop and making composite images. I can do that and I do it well - I want to expand my artistic ability and really learn how to use the iPad and the apps I have purchased.
I am looking to make personal, simpler, and more intimate images. I want to express myself in a new way and I am excited to start this journey. It is a great time of year to start - I tend to spend a lot of time inside during the winter and I have this and another course lined up. I also am gathering examples of work that I find edgy and exciting and is in keeping with what I envision myself making. I have a list of apps I want to focus on and I want to get some sort of work flow going.
The apps used in the above work - Leonardo, Stackables, Procreate, LightBrush, and iColorama.