Hello there creatives,
I’m thrilled to announce that I’m offering instant access to this innovative and FUN class. I adore creating on my iPad BUT I also LOVE making art right on my iPhone. It’s always with me, which means I can make ART anytime, anywhere! Now, I’m excited to share my favorite techniques with you guys.
Whether you love creating portraits, landscapes or even abstracts you can do this ALL on your iPhone using a combination of apps and tools. I’m going to walk you thru the entire process – from creation to printing! Plus, I show you how to manipulate your own photos and share my favorite photo resources.
Come learn more and register now.
ONLY $37 for Lifetime access.
Here are just a few of the pieces I have created on my iPhone! The possibilities are endless!
I’ll look forward to seeing you in class!
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3 responses to “Create ART Anywhere!”
These are gorgeous! I’ve dabbled a bit with Procreate Pocket and hope I’m able to take this wonderful class too! You’re such a creative, fabulous instructor!
I love your digital art. I do not own a phone or iPad. I have a Mac book pro laptop but I wouldn’t know where to begin! I really love to feel the paper, glue, etc. Did you ever feel a resistance going digital?
Hi there. Thank you so much for your comment. I totally understand what you are saying. Yes, I have felt that resistance to digital but as soon as I realized that I could have both – both the paper and the glue and the paint PLUS the digital – I truly embraced it as just another form of expression. Plus, using digital tools to explore your “real life” paintings is so useful! I often take a picture of a painting and then bring it into one of my apps on my iPad and experiment with it. This is a great way to explore composition, mark making and color without actually touching my painting. My iPad has become as important as my sketchbook. :)