Tag Archives: Procreate

Quick paintings from photos using Procreate Reference Panel

Quick paintings from photos using Procreate Reference Panel

Recently I have been using Procreate’s excellent Reference Panel tool to create quick “Ruff” paintings on my iPad.  You can watch the 7 min video of how I made the painting below by clicking here. I call them “Ruff” paintings because the idea is that they’re not supposed to be a finished painting – they

Apps Uncovered – Upright (Everything’s Alright)

Upright lines or more properly put in photography terms, verticals feature strongly in this week’s Apps Uncovered photographs. The presence of vertical lines can really strengthen a composition especially if they’re repeated like the lines of the lamp posts and tree trunks seen below in our featured photograph from Mark Walton this week.  Vertical lines

Apps Uncovered 29 March 2020

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald  More photographic contemplation including some glimpses of hope expressed in colour, form and composition. Enjoy this week’s crop of images in Apps Uncovered… …but first, don’t miss these 3 IPC giveaways, just released for iPC subscribers: 3 SUBSCRIBER GIVEAWAYS – Grab them now! For EVERY iPC subscriber, I have a copy of

NEW video – painterly collage with Procreate

 A quick message to wish you a fantastic New Year. I created this quick video of a collage I created using just one app Procreate to welcome you to the New Year. Have an amazing and creative 2020. Keep in touch by signing up to my occasional newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bIjEyb Best wishes, = Nicki and Bob

Apps Uncovered 04 December 2017: Women Rock

Selected by Trish Korous Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered where we feature a range of iPhoneography talent and reveal the creativity and techniques behind each of the iPhone images featured. It’s all about portraits this week, whimsical, beautiful, dramatic portraits. Additionally, all the artists featured are women. It wasn’t intentional; I invited men, but

Sarah Jarrett rocks! – Sarah discusses the techniques behind 32 of her images

Sarah Jarrett shares her techniques and apps used in 32 artworks for this Apps Uncovered special on this extraordinarily talented mobile artist.

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