- Arts and Design
Watercolor with Wacom Bamboo Paper iPad App
Bamboo Paper and ArtRage App for the iPad
If you didn't get the Wacom Bamboo tablet for Christmas, then this iPhone App is for you.
Also, check out ArtRage App for the iPad.
It has many of the basic features of a Wacom. Or should I say it's a good start up program for the wait for the real thing. I was totally enjoying this App until I found out one of my Grandsons has the Wacom Bamboo and he showed me all the amazing features available.
And with or without a Wacom or Bamboo tablet, you can use your iPhone or iPad and download the App ArtRage. I've included some of my earliest ArtRage drawings of faces, as I take online classes from Mark Crilley drawing Manga characters from YouTube videos.
Now it's back on my wish list for special occasion gifts this year. In the meantime I will use the Bamboo Paper App for iPhone and iPad and make do.
This picture is my creation. I drew bamboo on the Bamboo Paper App on my iPad then designed the border using the PhotoShop App: PS Express.
The Original Bamboo Painting
Faces Using the ArtrRage App on iPad - Manga Style by Mark Crilley
I so enjoy learning all this on Youtube. Drawing faces Manga style and Mark Crilley's techniques makes the face come alive.
My dream product!
Simple Navajo Design Embellished
Sketch, Watercolor, Design Logos, etc.
Wacom Bamboo Paper App is a great design tool. I've partnered my creations with the PS Express APP to add special effects. Having fun being creative.
Use the iPad Wacom App to Draw
Some simple but effective instructions for drawing on the Wacom Bamboo Tablet. Videos you can watch over and over again and learn continuously.
Drawn With Bamboo Paper iPad App
I did a pretty simple watercolor then ran the picture though PhotoShop iPad App PS Express.
Once It is Sketched - Begin to Watercolor
I sketch, create a new layer, outline in ink, then start filling in with watercolor. This is a sample beginning to color in the ink drawing,
Manga Style Art with Mark Crilley
Here are Mark Crilley's videos. You can sign up to his channel on YouTube and learn some fabulous techniques. Of course there are books you can order and tools you will want whether you draw using an app or literally buy the pencils, pens and paints. Enjoy!
Ink Drawing Using the Artrage IPad App
Manga Style Ponytail - Mark Crilley Steps You Through Hairstyles
The hair is the most complicated for me. I draw literally, have trouble being free and creative, so the hair ends up being a stresser. I think I'm getting it.
Experiment With Clothing And a Hand
A Scenery Picture - I traced this to draw it to scale.
This turned out pretty awesome, I brought the original over in an art lesson and lightly traced in pencil (with the stylus) then drew in ink then water colors.
Please ask my permission to use my art.
Just below my bio picture is a link to CONTACT me. I appreciate your interstate in my art, but you don't have my permission to download, copy or use my art. Thank you for this courtesy.
Took a Photo of Old School Buses - Painted the Photo Using ArtRage
There is a trace feature in ArtRage that allows you to trace a photo and paint. Here's the Photo and below is the ArtRage results. I traced some detail and painted the rest. Not completed just experimenting and having fun.
No excuses: This is my photo. Please do not steal it.