I couldn’t let this spring or spring holiday’s go by without a few Easter illustrations using iDraw on my iPad. So Happy Spring and Easter! Easter Illustrations Using iDraw Who can help but not love coloring Easter eggs. They put a smile our face and bring back some great memories of past Easter egg hunts […]
Every now and then I see a quote or short prose by a friend and fellow blogger that really resonates with me. This is one of these quotes. The quote about time is from Dan Meyers at Breakfree.me who writes passionately about the need to gain control of our finances. He speaks from personal experience. His […]
When we have the time, there is nothing better then spending time and having fun with family and a family visit. The time just zooms by way to fast. This past week I’ve had my family visiting our home. The weather was less then desirable but somehow we made it work and we had an […]
Spring is almost here. It’s one of my most favorite times of the year. I love the new green and spring flowers that start peeking out with the promise of a great summer to come. Easter harps to spring. With Easter just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to include this recipe […]
It has been a crazy busy time for me. I will soon have some of my family visiting that will add much joy and fun to my already very busy life. As you have probably noticed I have been posting A LOT of things about my website; About this & that Posts, “How To” posts, […]
I have more experience then I am willing to admit in the management side of the corporate world. I have been a new manager, trained new managers and mentored many more managers over a number of years. Always a teacher at heart, I loved it, all of it. However, not everyone who ventures into the […]
I will now demonstrate how I create a simple flower art piece using my iPad, Stylus and the iDraw App. I will use 7 layers to demonstrate and create this simple flower drawing. (The more complicated the art piece the more layers and blending of layers I will use). The 1st layer is the canvas or background. I start with a light blue and gradate to a dark green to add interest, depth, perspective and definition….