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The work seen here is part of my Personal Challenge series called Graphic Doodles. The idea is (1) to challenge myself to make something everyday, (2) to create somethiing along the "graphic" style, and (3) use only my imagination and spontaneity to create the composition. This last part, number three, is a big challenge for me since most of my past works have been in the style of Photorealism. I still love Photorealism but I do want and need to try new things.
Getting Started and Advanced Techniques
Saturdays, March 19 - April 2, 10:30a-12:30p
at the Hilo Fine Art Center
$85 for the 3-weekend package
- Learn how to make art on tablets, smartphones, or other devices
- Experience hands-on techniques using Art “apps” software
- Reveal your creative freedom and possibilities with digital exercises
- Combine your traditional art methods with digital techniques
- Discover how to use digital tools to explore your canvas compositions
- Understand how to get your art printed on paper or canvas
Drawing on the iPad is somewhat unnatural when it's set on a tabletop or even a stand. When you are trying to draw on the edge of the screen, the hand falls of the tiny border of the iPad.
So I invented then drawing board for the iPad. The Ipad sets flush inside the glossy white acrylic panel and the screen is flush with the top surface. Perfect for desks, worktables, or even mobile when you need a workdesk, this will provide enough space to rest your palm while drawing, painting or writing.
Bring your graphic tablet, iPad or smart phone.
It's easy and fast!
Two identical sessions Saturday, Nov. 21
10:30-11:30 and 1:00-2:00
Q&A time before and after sessions.
$5 in advance, $10 at the door.
Seating is limited so pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
These sessions are interactive presentations, allowing you a sneak-peak at a digital painting workshop offered by Carlton Stout coming to HFAC in January 2016.
For more information contact Carlton
or call HFAC at 808-966-9995
What goes into a work of art?
This is an infographic I developed to help me understand all the elements, physical or otherwise, that goes into art. I had never found anything like this in any book so I developed this myself.