WARNING: ADULT CONTENT.
I have often enjoyed color by number type art, and I used to cross stitch when I was younger. Now we have apps that can substitute for buying supplies. These apps are great for a on the go digital version of the craft.
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I have an art project in mind to work on. If you know about my fascination with random placement art, then what I’m doing here may make sense to you. Otherwise these are just some scraps of yarn stitched up to form a small circle.
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Image credit: Art by David Thrift. Full image shown below.
Artrage was one of the first digital art software programs I learned how to use. I’ve been using it for several years, but I’ve never gotten into a regular routine with drawing or painting. I am hoping that by starting this new art series on my blog, that I might inspire myself to do more digital art that isn’t made from photo manipulation apps such as Painnt (which I use a lot).
So with this post, I am starting another art series. This series will feature art I have digitally painted by finger or S-Pen on my Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and possibly sometimes on my laptop or tablet.
This art series was started on Sunday, July 25th, 2021 @ 4:25 AM CST.
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Photo credit: This photo by: Annie Spratt
This check-in is for Tuesday, July 13th, 2021 starting at 12:15 AM CST.
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Photo credit: This photo by: Joecalih.
This check-in is for Wednesday, July 7th, 2021 starting at 3:24 AM CST.
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Here’s something completely random… scrap yarn art. Also proof that I am easily amused.
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Besides crocheting and knitting beanies, and other items, I enjoy creating digital art. One of my favorite digital art apps is one called Painnt.
Painnt is a photo manipulation style art app. It uses filters to transform photos into art.
In this new series, I would like to share some of my art I’ve created using the Painnt app, and photos from the stock photography website, Unsplash.
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