Screenshot from the Inkpad Site
My artwork is featured on the Inkpad app site. You can see the full post here. I have been using Inkpad since it first came out and I find that it’s one of the most user friendly apps I have used. It is a vector drawing app, but I also use it to create app mash ups with other apps such as Wordfoto, Picgrunger, Percolator and Sketchbook Pro.
Thanks to Inkpad for featuring my artwork and for their awesome app!
Debbie Harry of Blondie – Inkpad and Artrage on iPad
Grace Kelly – Inkpad on iPad
Tim Curry as Frank N Furter – Inkpad on iPad
Halloween is one my favorite times of year. I always think back to seeing Rocky Horror Picture Show around Halloween time with the participants dressed in costumes and throwing things at the screen. I loved the way the movies was an homage to older B horror movies. I drew this portrait of Tim Curry especially for my Horror themed art show at Brix City Brewing in October.
Portrait of Elvira – Inkpad and Wordfoto on iPad
A screen shot from Elvira’s Instagram with my artwork on the bottom right.
I recently joined Instagram and one of the first drawings that I posted was my new Elvira that I created for my art show. It was a really cool surprise when Elvira reposted my artwork on her Instagram! Elvira has always been an inspiration to me. I love her style and her sense of humor.
Lobby of Brix City Brewing – Photo courtesy of Bottom of the Barrel Art
I am exhibiting my artwork at Brix City Brewing in Little Ferry, New Jersey until October 29th. The show was curated by Bottom of The Barrel Art and is Halloween and Horror themed.
At the opening on Friday the 13th – Photo courtesy of Bottom of the Barrel Art
The exhibit features artwork created on my iPad, as well as some mixed media paintings.
This is a digital drawing of a Steampunk Pixie at the 2016 Steampunk World’s Fair in New Jersey. I used the Inkpad vector app on my iPad. I also used the Percolator app to create the patterns in her dress, and then used Sketchbook Pro combine the drawings.