We are re-igniting our Tip of the Day section and kicking us off today is Jane Schultz.
To view our previous Tip Of The Day posts – please go here.
(All demonstration images ©Jane Schultz)
Welcome to our very exciting interview column on theappwhisperer.com. This section entitled “A Day in the Life of…” is where we take a look at some hugely influential, interesting, newcomers as well as accomplished individuals in the mobile photography and art world… people that we think you will love to learn more about. This is our 123rd interview of the series. If you have missed our previous interviews, please go here.
Today we are featuring Lindy Ginn, a very successful newcomer to mobile photography and art.
We are sure you are going to enjoy this, if you would like to take part in our A Day in the Life interview series, please send an email to myself at Joanne@theappwhisperer.com and I will get back to you.
Just in time for Christmas and what a wonderful gift to us all from the developers, Savage Interactive, of Procreate – one of the very best apps for all mobile artists.
This update is huge, it includes a selection of the most requested features and added to that, the developers have added phenomenal speed and stabilitiy improvements.
I will list the updated feature list below, but please do not hesitate updating this app. It’s free to update, if you have already bought it, if not, it will set you back $5.99/£4.49 and you won’t regret a spending a single penny/cent.
(Many thanks for the wonderful tip off from Carolyn Hall Young).
We are delighted to bring to your attention this thorough tutorial to guide you through the very popular and accomplished app, Procreate 3.
We came across this very interesting video tutorial on YouTube by James Julier. Julier demonstrates how to paint sky using an iPad Pro, Apple Pencil and the Procreate app. It’s very easy to follow, take a look below…
Procreate retails for $5.99/£4.49 and you can download it here. Procreate is an Apple Design Award winner and App Store Essential. We can’t recommend it highly enough.
A Stream of Consciousness in literature means to emulate the passage of thought through your mind without any inhibitors.The idea being that deeper patterns of order develop and emerge. Virgina Woolf used the stream of conciousness technique significantly in her work. In her novel, Mrs Dalloway, Woolf’s aim was to give readers the impression of being inside the mind of the character – an internal view, illuminating the plot. Carolyn Hall Young has created this mobile art portrait using the same technique but in artform. As this video plays you will see how Young’s fragmentary and impressionistic responses flow through the portrait. What is fascinating to me is the complex evocation of the inner states of Young’s consciousness, a subliminal level renders the flow of a myriad of impressions. I imagine her feeling a sense of calm and connectedness with the world around her as she paints.
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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our reading and viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at the app Adobe’s PaintCan app. Read his thoughts as he puts it through its paces (foreword by Joanne Carter). Take it away Jerry…
“Painting apps can take several different forms. There are the auto-painting apps, that apply the brush to the canvas in a specific, software-driven way. Glaze, Brushstroke and the AutoPainter series are among the auto-painting apps I’ve covered. There are those that allow you to “trace” photos, but the user completely controls the brush strokes and they can even paint completely from scratch. Procreate, ArtRage, Sketch Club, and the Brush menu in iColorama fall into this user-intensive group.
There’s a third group of painting apps which I’d call “software-assisted”. These apps do not allow for painting from scratch like user-intensive apps, but require users to touch the screen and make strokes (unlike the fully automatic apps). Mobile Monet, Photo Viva, Foolproof and today’s app, PaintCan, fall into this third category. These software-assisted apps fall into that middle ground between fully user-controlled and fully automatic. They give you more control over the result than a fully-automatic app, which can help your “eye”: the decisions you make about form and details. At the same time, they help with the brush strokes so that you aren’t immediately frustrated with lack of drawing skills.
PaintCan is an Adobe app. To me, that means it’s pretty solid, and has a team of developers that will back it up as long as the company maintains interest in it. Of course, the flip side is that you don’t have a single developer with the passion to keep it going, either”.
Procreate is one of the very best mobile photography and art editing apps you will find in the Apple App Store and now, it has got even better. Procreate 3 is their biggest release yet, with more features and refinements than ever before.
With iPad Pro, Procreate 3 transforms the bounds of mobile creativity, allowing massive canvases: up to an incredible 16K in resolution. When using Apple Pencil, Procreate comes alive with all 128 brushes taking full advantage of pressure sensitivity, tilt detection and palm rejection. If you don’t have an iPad Pro (yet), don’t worry – from Quickline and Instant Replay to the two pixels the developers shaved off the Transform tool button, there’s tons of new things to explore, no matter which iPad you have. Procreate 3 has over 100 new features and refinements.
If you would like to download the free Procreate Artists’ Handbook to help you become more familiar with this app (not yet updated for this version). Then please go here. Alternatively/in addition you may enjoy the free Procreate Pocketbook, to download, please go here.
Procreate for iPad retails for $5.99/£4.99 – you can download it here
We are delighted to publish this wonderful article by our APPart Editor Bobbi McMurry, it relates to a question she raised within our Facebook Group for this column. We are sure you will find this incredibly informative. Over to you Bobbi (foreword by Joanne Carter).
“A few weeks ago we had a lively discussion (within our specific Facebook group for this Column – see here), about the one art app we couldn’t live without. There were 155 posts in this talk that not only named specific apps, but also touched on the aspects we like about our go-to apps.
I have created a summary highlighting the items mentioned in our APPart conversation. Please note, this summary in no way attempts to cover the vast array of features contained in these very robust apps”.
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