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Junior Activity Week 
Drawing with an I-Pad

What should I use?

Of course trying different Apps out yourself is the best way.  In the reviews are some places to start. These are Apps that can be used for a Still Life drawing unit  (Contour, tonal, negative space, shapes, charcoal, white on black drawing).  A basic stylus has created the sketches in the reviews.


Who is good at i-Pad Art:  David Hockney


 


This is the third 
New Yorker cover that David Hockney has drawn on an Apple handheld device. He used to use his iPhone, but he finds the iPad “especially good for luminous subjects or for things like the difference between ceramic and wood or a glass tea cup next to a ceramic mug. 

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/newsdesk/2011/06/cover-story-he-draw-on-ipad.html#slide_ss_0=1


 
 
Resources:
3D Shapes & Tones excercises
3D shapes and tones on iPad
Reviews
Reviews of Art Apps for iPad