Started this one off in Paper by Fifty Three, brought it into Procreate for reconstructive surgery, sharpened it in iColorama, and added the text in Phonto.
I feel somewhat compelled to mention that the Etch A Sketch frame is an actual stock frame image in Sketch Club. I find it a hilarious icon since it’s kinda’ like the original iPad!
Sketch Club, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, iColorama
I’m making some arrangements and visiting four different classrooms so as to teach digital iPad art; working with an assistant superintendent, at least two coordinators, and four elementary, middle, and high teachers; dealing with IT Infrastructure and separate networks in two local school district and the county school district; assessing student interest; getting a feel for enrichment art in special education; and playing all this by ear with somewhere between four and 14 iPads that will somehow show up charged and updated with approved drawing/painting apps and maybe even individual students folders in the cloud to hold the resulting image files until maybe some of them can be posted on social media or printed and, who knows, maybe even some of these can be entered into art shows.
Paper 53, iColorama, iPad Pro, Sty HD stylus since my Apple Pencil was playing hocky.
Paper 53 and final tweaking in iColorama
A late January afternoon digital view.
Procreate, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, iColorama
Paper 53 & iColorama
A Sketch Club drawing done during Art Hop Merced at Red Sky Comics on Sat., Jan. 21, 2017
I thought I’d call this “conceptual relativity,” but then I settled on “the relativity of eligibility” to highlight one of the sociological consequences of marginalization and polarization.
The Death of Expertise.
Procreate, iColorama, Apple Pencil, iPad Pro