Sunday, March 12, 2017

Sunday Sketches (i-phone doodling)

This is a quick post this morning. Please do accept my apologies. Yesterday we celebrated my step-daughter's 25th birthday and this morning, we're on our way to catch up with good friends who've just returned from traveling France and Spain for a month.

Above is a quick doodle I did in a sketchbook last night. I've been trying to stretch myself with characters and expressions, therefore, practicing a bit more when able. I then took a photo of my sketch, lightened it and used a phone app called "Procreate" to color it in. Not too bad using my finger on a small i-phone, ey?

OK I'll be back in a few hours and look forward to visiting everyone. Happy Sunday Sketches!
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  1. very cute, love the way you embrace new technologies! Happy Birthday to your daughter in law!

  2. I mean step daughter, sorry! Had to think about that definition.

  3. love it. It looks great and I think mixing tools that way is great sometimes :)

  4. wonderful creation ~ he is adorable ~ thanks, ~ Happy Birthday to your stepdaughter ~ ^_^

    Wishing you a Happy Week ahead ~ ^_^

  5. It has been much, much too long since I've been able to participate in Sunday Sketches. I'm glad you're still hosting it and I was able to track you down on your new URL. Your doodle is adorable! It's amazing what can be done digitally now.

  6. What sweet sketch. I have some iPhone art apps, but don't use them enough. Happy Birthday to your stepdaughter and Blessings!

  7. I love Procreate App. I have it any iPad and use it for digital drawing frequently. It is awesome. Mixing tools is a great way of a creating. You will see that I have mixed these media, too


  8. have a good time with your friends:)

    really like how the sketch look like chalk pastels :)

  9. Oh I really love your quick sketch, such a cutie!


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