How To Draw Live Nudes On The ‘ipad’

This intersesting art video shows howwith modern technology it has become possible that digital art can be created in a life drawing environment. Who ever would have thought it?

Set in a conference section of a hotel, artist’s from all around have joined to capture and interpret ther subject matter with their own choice of mediums from pastel pencils, gel pens, pencils amongst others but one person has brought along his ipad to sketch the model. He talks about the grace, the subtlety and the quality of the line work and how they are all surprisingly great features on the ipad which as a result makes this a very viable tool for life drawing and sketching of any kind.

if you are like me, as you watch this video you will become ever more fascinated with how far technology has advanced and how it offers a very real view into what the future holds for certain areas of art.

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    1. I have never felt more excited about drawing than in the last few years, with the advent of new drawing technologies such as the iPad. I had been using Wacom tablets forever, but this iPad and the APPs I now use are so much better for Life Drawing. Thanks for watching! Why not try a 1 month subscription to my magazine? I’ll be producing more video tutorials down the road for working with the iPad.

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    2. Brushes is the one I’m using in this video, and creates an animation that you can convert to MOV. Very cool feature, almost gives you a “play-by-play” of how one composes and executes a drawing. I’m still working on this very refined technique with SKETCHBOOK Pro, another APP I like a lot. I swear the printouts look like my real drawings.

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    3. Yeah, I have to admit I am a little OCD. Have you ever seen the work of M.C. Escher? I was really into him as a teenager, and I think I enjoy working out the details around the model too. But seriously, I erased and reworked her several times. And isn’t it cool that this software illustrates the process? (I think so.) Thanks for commenting. JW

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    4. Drawing with an iPad is garbage. So much so that it’s somewhat difficult to believe that anyone who appreciates the discipline of drawing, in terms of either the process or the end result, could enjoy it. No tactility, no texture, no dynamism.Where’s the thrill of the bold, expressive mark; the lovely swishes and scratches of paper? It’s all sterile and safe. So, if the results are almost invariably inferior and the drawing experience is robbed of so much enjoyment, what’s the use?

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    5. That is a very strong opinion, indeed. But please allow me to defend this new method of capturing Life, and I have been “capturing life” (drawing with pencils on paper) since 3 yrs old!Perhaps if you were a subscriber to my magazine, you’d be able to appreciate the examples I would like to share (LINKS that YouTube won’t let me post.)

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    6. Essentially a comparison of my drawings produced with pencil, on paper, in many styles. against a collection of my iPad drawings, most of them my first ever attempts at drawing with this new tool. There are some pretty good examples, which you probably couldn’t tell whether I used traditional or digital tools, such as the iPad.

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    7. I am very excited about the new drawings I have been working on lately, with serious dedication. I am especially working very hard at polishing these pieces to a professional level and presenting them as High-Res printouts. You will not be able to tell the difference. (It’s all coming from my own hand!)

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    8. Please take the time to appreciate the wonderful sense of exploration that accompanies the use of ANY new technology to express a creative, artistic thought regarding the human spirit.Thanks,Jeff Wiener,publisher, TheGreatNude

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    9. It is not a bad thing to try something new everyday. It doesn’t matter you draw it on a piece paper or a digital tablet because the drawing is come from you. I have also try to draw on a digital tablet and let me tell you, i think is a lot harder to draw on a paper.

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    10. I got to say, i was really blown away by this, and I cant beleive this is acheivable on the ipad. I know that alot of modern animators use computers and digital materials for art, but stil, an ipad, wow. Btw, love the video at the end, just amazing seeing the process of what goes into a work of art.

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    11. Great question. I love my iPad as a drawing tool, and I even tried using Sketchbook Pro on my iPhone. But I found it too difficult drawing accurately on such a small screen. Essentially drawing into your palm. The mini might be better than the iPhone, but I’d rather see a LARGER version of the iPad from a Drawer’s point of view. This is why I bought a Galaxy 3 instead of the new iPhone, so I could also draw on my phone!

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    12. I’ve been working up a batch of detailed drawings in Sketchbook Pro on the iPad over the last year. This APP is great for nuanced work. I’ll have those done soon and online for subscribers to the mag.If you know photoshop, you’ll like this APP for the User Interface. I do almost as much erasing as drawing, so being able to jump back and forth quickly is very important. There’s so much more to say, maybe I should make an Ebook about this?

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    13. That’s a nice vid! I’ve not been that keen on those iPads, preferring a laptop instead. To be honest though, I never realised you could use it as a drawing instrument like that either. Though for me I’d need something twice the size as I’d find it a bit fiddly. It does however look like a smaller version of those WACOM drawing pads for Photoshop; and possibly a lot cheaper size for size??? Subscribing, as I’ve always been interested in drawing nudes….. and portraits

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