I know a little bit about the bible. I have an M.Div. for Christ’s sake; it’s one of three graduate degrees for Pete’s sake! I may no longer be an ordained Benedictine monk, but I sure as Hell sat through my share of biblical studies, theology, even Greek courses. Most of them were fascinating. I had a brilliant seminary professor, one of several like that, in fact, who approached the study of sacred scriptures from a literary-criticism perspective, steeped in critical hermeneutics, semiology, and philology…right up my alley. He planted the following image in my mind (I’ll let you draw your own conclusions.):
I like how this come out. Most of it was done in Infinite Painter on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil. I’m pretty unfamiliar with Painter, but it looks like something I might want to explore more. Then I did a few weird things in iColorama and a resizing in Procreate.
We headquartered in Ferndale, CA and made excursions north to Eureka.
Here’s a Victorian storefront in Ferndale.
While in Eireka, CA, we took a mini cruise around Humboldt Bay on the Madaket.
With a little time on my hands and some inspiration, who knows what will emerge?
iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Sketch Club, iColorama, flashlight, color, wall, shadow. Amen.
Last night, May 6, 2018, while watching United Shades of America, catching an interesting and informative episode focusing on Sikhism, seeing my first Californian Sikh almond farmer, and being intrigued by the turban (click here to view a gallery from the show), I sketched the following image on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil, using Sketch Club and iColorama:
A distorted quickie done in Sketch Club on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil and then tweaked a bit in iColorama.
I’ve been thinking about Newton’s 3rd law of physics, that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, a law that apparently can be broken, “in certain nonequilibrium (out-of-balance) situations.”
Hey, I think we’re in one of those situations.
Drawing done on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil in Sketch Club app; digital editing, i.e., warping in iColorama; video, in VideoShop.
iPad Pro, Sketch Club, Apple Pencil, iColorama, Videoshop, 1/2 bottle (shared with Annyth)