How I use my iPad pro for illustration purposes.

I have an iPad Pro and I use it in a number of ways for my art, designs and the planning of my Designs.
I’m going to show you how I used it for some of the illustrations for my Bayeux Project.
I photocopied the image I wanted to reproduce.
This is a screen shot of the process.
I use Adobe sketch, an iPad and an iPhone application.
On opening the application you will find two small squares on the left hand side. One has sketch layer written on it, the other has background.

The Bayeux Discipline – my passion.

My discipline is that I’ve set myself the task to work for 10 hours a day on my Bayeux Project for seven days a week. Physically it’s demanding. Emotionally it’s exciting and to be really honest this quilt is completely different to the sample piece. Its 236 feet of sheer delight for me. Like many of you, I’m having a problem seeing the fine details so I have an appointment at the optician tomorrow.

Edward the Confessor

Edward the Confessor, King of England Written on 27 March 2013 by Archivist in Nobility Edward the Confessor Susan Abernethy joins the Medieval Archives with another great post. Susan is the Freelance History Writer, covering topics from Ancient history to the 20th Century. Visit her blog at thefreelancehistorywriter.com. You can also like Susan on Facebook…

New books,

There are times when I’m unable to work on my major Project, “The Bayeux Tapestry to Quilt” (to be honest, lots of time)But I have a lot of extra curricular work with this project so I can take work with me on the road.I have reference books on my Ipad and I’ve just taken delivery…

March 31st, 2013

Edward the Confessor, King of England Written on 27 March 2013 by Archivist in Nobility Edward the Confessor Susan Abernethy joins the Medieval Archives with another great post. Susan is the Freelance History Writer, covering topics from Ancient history to the 20th Century. Visit her blog at thefreelancehistorywriter.com. You can also like Susan on Facebook…

February 15th, 2013

My friend Carolyn sent this to me this morning, Its fun to do. “This one is a bit of fun and is called the Historic Tale Construction kit.  You can make up your own story using all the images from the tapestry.  It has a page of animals, people, warriors,buildings and other things that you…

 The Alderney Tapestry A True Community Project

From the outset the aim was to create a Finale that would look as though it could have been the original ending.  The Alderney Tapestry is stitched on the same type of linen as the original and with the same sort of wools in the same colours and follows the same style as the original…