I hope I don’t have to unpack this one, but please let me know if you’d like me to. I will say this much. Nobody says “One Corinthians” or “Two Corinthians,” except for President Do You Have Prince Albert in the Can. So there’s that. Now about Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians, Chapter 13, spiritual maturity, love, faith, and hope, oh and dirty mirrors, you’ll have to read it on your own. I’m so fed up with fundamentalists staggering into politics…ok, that’s all I’ll say. That reminds me, it’s forgiveness that we need, as we discussed before here.
Procedural stipply in Sketch Club and a touch of iColorama on iPad Pro w/ Apple Pencil. Per omnia saecula saeculorum. Amen
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
A Sketch Club drawing done during Art Hop Merced at Red Sky Comics on Sat., Jan. 21, 2017
They’re taking over some cities and towns, intra- and extra-murally. There’s a bit of a Blue light special. Don’t get me wrong’ I generally like’me.
Technical: I inductively started, practically finished, and penultimately exported as a jpeg the main drawing in Tayasui Sketches. Then I imported it three times on three different layers into Sketch Club, transforming it twice for placement on the opposing walls. In Sketch Club it’s pretty easy to “transform” images without much interference in positioning. I accommodated the layers in Sketch Club by erasing here and smudging there. Then, finally, I sharpened the exported composite image in iColorama.