Vector graphics are now possible on the iPad with the full-fledged Adobe Illustrator making an appearance on the tablet.
I had the original iPad model in 2010 not long after it came out and quickly fell in love with the tablet. I’ve never used tablets before and they were an abstract concept for me like Personal Digital Assistants were; I could not figure out the use for such devices in my life as I figured I can always use good ‘ole pen and paper for note taking and task management.
I've decided to keep playing with my previous work into new concepts and ideas, particularly those bordering on the abstract. This time it was with Apple-related stuff, including an iPad which I created digitally from scratch and some previous images I out together. Here are some other revisions: These are just some ideas I've been... Continue Reading →
So I bought a new Bluetooth keyboard for my iPad (2017 model not a Pro) and it is a very nifty piece of technology. This is the Kugi keyboard specifically designed for the 2017 model of the iPad. It certainly is helping me type easier and I will be using it often from now on.... Continue Reading →
The iPad has become my multipurpose device when it comes to content creation as well as content consumption. I am using it as an artistic instrument and a drawing tablet rather than what it was originally intended for. This is real interesting because I am having a blast doing it and I am doing it... Continue Reading →
The iPad as many of you may know is my tool of choice when doing almost anything online except playing hardcore PC games, but this is slowly changing (despite iPad gaming almost taking my whole time, I still use my Boot-Camped iMac for this purpose and also own a Macbook Air). I designed this... Continue Reading →
So I've decided to do a little Art Studio for iPad project of the day to add to the previous blog post I wrote about Grid Autosport landing on the tablet and iOS devices in general. You cam see my blog post here and the image is there. Below are a few different versions of... Continue Reading →
If you are into photography, art or a little of both, you must check out an app called Photo Sketch. This app turns your photography into works of art. It does this by analyzing your photo and sketching it out in pencil while you have various options to choose from. You can make the images... Continue Reading →
I am not sure if any of you realized, but I have also been interested in both digital and non-digital (thus based on real paper) art for quite sometime. I started doing pastel work on larger and more expensive paper a few years ago after taking a couple courses (drawing basics as well as an... Continue Reading →