I've been playing around with my iPad art apps, almost in a daze, as I create examples for an iBook intended for that long-promised iPad online course. Yes, I'm closer.
The problem is that the apps change so often, I am having a hard time deciding which ones to highlight, which ones to include or not, and how best to teach online -- with or without video, with or without me in person, with or without a kind of one-to-one interaction. I'd love your feedback!
This is an example of what a work flow can do. I painted a simple pomegranate in ProCreate (if I remember correctly), then transformed the image through about 3 other apps, ending up with the wonderful painterly effects available in iColorama. This central image was printed on my Epson workhorse, then pieced and free-motion and hand stitched, stretched around a wooden frame and off it goes. The middle ground fabric was a piece of "rainbow" printed fabric (that DVD is still available from Quilting Arts Workshop) and the background green leafy fabric was a digital print of a collage, altered and printed in Spoonflower.