iPad Drawing

IB Visual Arts: iPad Drawing

Some artists are using ipads as a sketchbook to record ideas, as a canvas itself, or as a tool in the process of making art work. I like to use it to try out variations of ideas and color schemes during a work in progress to save the cost of precious paint (especially if you use high quality pigments) Take a photo of your work in progress, upload to to the ipad and draw, erase or overlay different shapes. Using...


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phil Gunderson 1 February 2017 - 20:52

Dear Heather, I have a student who is making short animated Gifs of her collage pieces of re-imagined mythical figures.. e.g. the medusa has winking eyes ... These are good questions to apply but I still feel like I am flailing around when making evaluative judgements and thinking through how to improve. Any further thoughts? I really like what she is doing, but want to give a more focused response.

phil Gunderson 1 February 2017 - 21:01

Oh ... I just saw your answer to a post from december ( We had a a short break because of fees before re-connection, but back now!) thanks Phil


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