Last week Bobbi (our editor for this APPart column) published a brief overview of Glitché app, if you missed that please go here. She also promised a more in-depth tutorial and today has delivered. Please enjoy this (foreword by Joanne Carter).
“If you’ve ever looked at my artwork, you know that I create with extensive layering. While I’m not a fan of “push-button” art, i.e.: apply an effect and your done, I do like “specialty apps” to create images that can be layered into my work. For me, Glitché is just that kind of app. Glitché caught my eye because of it’s ability to create a sort of wireframe overlay of any given image and export the result as a high resolution image. The basic app is reasonably priced at $.99/£0.79, although to get the high-res option, you are required to make an in-app purchase of $2.99/£1.99.
Glitché has 26 presets, each with similar variations that can be applied. I could find no built-in instructions or tutorials, but its interface is pretty intuitive. Unfortunately, there is no “undo” in this app, which makes for laborious and cumbersome experimentation”.