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I can still hear her voice. Her full name was: Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne “Cokie” Roberts. 1943-2019
[My way of spending a little extra time with her. One hour and twenty-five minutes and 3,138 brush strokes, to be exact, in Sketch Club on an iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil, plus a tweak in iColorama.]
I hardly ever post anything about the English as a Second Language (ESL) classes I teach. I always take my iPad and project it onto a large screen. Oftentimes, I do a digital drawing in Paper 53 that accompanies a set of scrambled words that I ask students to unscramble. It works especially well at the very beginning of my multi-level, adult, beginning ESL classes as students trickle in. Here’s a collection of a few that I’ve recently used.
Teaching ESL is a fun was to apply anthropology.
A freehand, digital drawing done on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using the Sketch Club app.
After reading this article in the New Yorker by Jane Mayer, I question the judgment of the Democratic Party even more; but, I’m nowhere near leaving it…most of the time. The party suffers from what the GOP fears the most, namely, pluralism.
I painted this in the Sketch Club app on my iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil this evening. I tweaked it here and there in the Colorama app. If you go to the article I referred to above, you’ll see the Geordie Wood photo I referenced.
I so enjoyed this Lianna Pevar photo reference found on Twitter (see below) that I felt the urge to create a digital painting of a cropped portion of it in Sketch Club with a tweak in iColorama. Visit the photographer’s site here: Lianna Pevar. Besides, Croz has one of those faces…. I’ve attempted that face elsewhere on this illustroblog, click here to view those renditions.