Category Archives: painting

Artists, if you haven’t bought yourself an iPad yet, here are some reasons that you should.

1. You will have a resource for drawing and painting that is more versatile and more portable than any other existing media. 2. There are hundreds of terrific drawing and painting applications which take advantage of the the direct interface. … Continue reading

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Drawing with Autodesk Sketchpad for iPod

Over the past few weeks I’ve set for myself the task of making a minimum of three paintings a day on my iPod.  Sometimes in the evening, I’ll make as many as 15 – though usually I prefer to keep … Continue reading

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Photoshop for artist’s workflow

If you are a traditional artist not quite sure of what Photoshop is all about, I have a few suggestions for you. I’ve been painting for most of my 54 years – but have only used Photoshop for the past … Continue reading

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A Little Rant about writing that digresses to other things

Wacom tablets are terrific. I’m sitting at a desk with my laptop, writing this by hand with my Wacom  tablet. The software reads my awful handwriting (imagine your doctor’s sig. on a very had day!). The software reads it and … Continue reading

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