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iPod miniature finger drawing experiments with Brushes app (my new toy!) - testing it and trying to find out what I might do with it, the screen is only three inches or seven cm but you can zoom in to 1600% - seems like fun so far :)

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Comment by Mik Godley on December 14, 2009 at 0:34
I've just updated my iPod and got Autodesk Sketchbook Mobile loaded up - more fun to play with!
Comment by Mik Godley on December 12, 2009 at 11:30
Hello David - thanks for the information on Autodesk Sketchbook (finally someone else who uses these things!) - actually I have that, but I've not been able to use it as my iPod is too old. It does look very good, especially as it has more brush and layer possibilities, but it will have to wait until I upgrade to a new iPod or iPhone :(
Do you have any examples of your using Sketchbook or Brushes?
Great new portraits by the way!
Cheers, Mik
Comment by David Andries on December 12, 2009 at 10:23
Hey Mik,
yeah I played around with on my iphone, but I must say you should check out Autodesk sketchbook mobile, I find it amazingly intuitive, to my opinion the sketch app out there! Greetings...
Comment by Mik Godley on November 29, 2009 at 0:13
Ha! They've made it so simple, Mike, that even I can get something out of it - though I've started in a very basic way: I think there's far more it can do if or when I figure it all out.
Playing with it has begun to spark some interesting ideas too, which I'm working on...
All good fun!
Comment by mike hinc on November 28, 2009 at 23:16
Delete Comment Excellent - I'd like to see somebody else's work on this machine - to see if it looked as natural and hand-drawn and as somebody said "organic". I suspect that your character and extensive graphic abilities have overcome the ipod's digitality. I think it's both man and machine and man over machine. A machine of six couldn't do it - if you see what I mean.
Comment by Neeraj Kumar on November 20, 2009 at 11:34
very very cool drawing
Comment by barry kostrinsky on November 16, 2009 at 15:03
very cool, want to send me a print of the top left image, the full face with dark tones?
I am curating a group exhibit " Icons, Escapism and Abstraction" at the Bruckner Art Gallery in the South Bronx. Unfortunately haven closed in September but I am curating at a few spots..
My preferred email is barrykostrinsky@gmail.com
Comment by Mik Godley on November 16, 2009 at 11:46
Yeah - you can get muddy earth colours too - and it's tiny: only 3 inches - but maybe it's something to do with drawing or painting with your fingers on the screen?
Comment by Jim Trainer on November 16, 2009 at 11:31
It's strange but I expected them to look more digital. Does that make sense? They look much more organic than I expected.
Comment by Edward Sellman on November 16, 2009 at 10:01
Look great Mik and I assume they could then be digitally manipulated or integrated with other stuff, which could be exciting...

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