Drawing on the iPad Part 2

Julian Vilarrubi
£120

This course will demonstrate the ease, versatility and immediacy of the iPad as a drawing and painting tool, exploring the possibilities of digital painting. The iPad is such a convenient and portable tool it encourages us to work in the moment from life. Drawings and paintings will be made from direct observation in studio based set-ups. We will focus on the elements and principles of picture making in order to put the iPad through its paces and discover solutions to the inevitable visual challenges we will encounter.

Part 2 will recap and build on the essentials of the Procreate app covered in Part 1 in conjunction with new ideas involving:

  • Animation
  • Calligraphy
  • Painting watercolours
  • Brush studio
  • Snapping and magnetics

The course involves in session set-ups and demonstrations. The work will be wrapped up inside some projects/homeworks to take away so learners can work at it in their own time and bring back to the following session.

Suitable for students with some experience of using the iPad as a drawing tool. You don’t need to have completed Part 1 of this course to sign up to Part 2, each part can be taken independently of each other.

Red Room, Phoenix Art Space

Students need to bring an iPad with a drawing app installed (Procreate is preferred but others are fine to work with) and a stylus.

Julian studied painting at the Royal Academy Schools, London where he won the Richard Ford Award for travel in Spain. He has made landscape paintings based on travels throughout Europe and Russia. He works en plein air as well as in the studio and drawing underpins all his work. In the last four years he has been focusing on working from the figure using an iPad and he considers this approach to be as valid as any traditional method. For him the iPad offers a whole range of exciting possibilities for the artist. He lives in Brighton where he works in his studio, undertakes commissions and teaches drawing and painting.

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This course will demonstrate the ease, versatility and immediacy of the iPad as a drawing and painting tool, exploring the possibilities of digital painting. The iPad is such a convenient and portable tool it encourages us to work in the moment from life. Drawings and paintings will be made from direct observation in studio based set-ups. We will focus on the elements and principles of picture making in order to put the iPad through its paces and discover solutions to the inevitable visual challenges we will encounter.

Part 2 will recap and build on the essentials of the Procreate app covered in Part 1 in conjunction with new ideas involving:

  • Animation
  • Calligraphy
  • Painting watercolours
  • Brush studio
  • Snapping and magnetics

The course involves in session set-ups and demonstrations. The work will be wrapped up inside some projects/homeworks to take away so learners can work at it in their own time and bring back to the following session.

Suitable for students with some experience of using the iPad as a drawing tool. You don’t need to have completed Part 1 of this course to sign up to Part 2, each part can be taken independently of each other.

Red Room, Phoenix Art Space

Students need to bring an iPad with a drawing app installed (Procreate is preferred but others are fine to work with) and a stylus.

Julian studied painting at the Royal Academy Schools, London where he won the Richard Ford Award for travel in Spain. He has made landscape paintings based on travels throughout Europe and Russia. He works en plein air as well as in the studio and drawing underpins all his work. In the last four years he has been focusing on working from the figure using an iPad and he considers this approach to be as valid as any traditional method. For him the iPad offers a whole range of exciting possibilities for the artist. He lives in Brighton where he works in his studio, undertakes commissions and teaches drawing and painting.

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