I use my iPad for most of my designing. It’s such an advantage to have everything in front of you visually, and you can make changes without having to unpick, re-draw or re-make.
The first class will be how to use the Apps.
I use Adobe Draw, Adobe Fresco and Adobe Capture. Adobe Sketch has been superseded by Fresco. If you go to your App program, it states that they are free with in-app charges. As a Tutor, I use adobe for my media formats and my photos, so I get the iPad and iPhone apps free.
I have had surgery on my hand, and I’m only using my right hand at the moment. I’m frustrated, but I can still use my iPad to work on. In fact it’s all I can do.
Yesterday morning I picked this small branch of leaves from the tree outside I propped in a jar, and took a photo of it on the iPad.
Now this is the exciting part. I put the photo into Fresco and traced it.
Then I filled it with colour.
I took a small part of the image and created a pattern I could use as an applique or even print it as fabric.
So you can see how versatile it is and I will work step by step with you all along the way.
I am setting up a class that is a very reasonable price, around $10 US for each different genre. You will have unlimited access to the class until February 2nd.
It will be online on Wednesday the 2nd of December.
Here are just a few more samples.