Some recent scribbles drawn on my phone.Add a Comment
I’ve been trying to use my phone drawing app in a more painty way and experiment with it. It’s not really made for it but that makes it even more fun to try.Add a Comment
Using my phone drawing software (Magic Brush) I came up with another fun sketching activity. I guess I’ll call it Seismosketching.
On a long, bumpy van ride from Hohhot, Inner Mongolia into the Gobi desert I wanted to to pass the time drawing on my phone, but the road was just too rough. I decided that instead of fighting against the bumps and jostles I would use them to draw. More accurately, I guess you could say I let them use me to draw.
All I did was open the new file window and let the bumps choose a background color. Then I opened the brush color palette and let a jostle choose a brush color. Then I put my stylus against some area of the screen and let them both do their thing. I closed my eyes and left my hand loose. Every once in a while I would pick my hand up and move it to a new part of the screen. Other than that, there was no plan and no design on my part. By the last picture (the first one in this series) I tried multiple layers of color and let the drawing go on for a long time.
I think this will be a new ongoing experiment of mine because the bus and car rides here in China are often long and bumpy. Now instead of getting mad at the drivers and road conditions, I’ll team up with them and see what we can create together.
NOTE: I had the program setting on “Mirror” that is why the drawings are so symmetrical.Add a Comment
Me if I were transformed into some kind of beast and I met a little baby chick (in the snow).Add a Comment
This is actually the first picture I drew on my phone with the Magic Brush app. and you can see I was trying to figure out what in the hell these crazy brushes were and how to control them.Add a Comment