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The iPad’s 9.7-inch high definition screen makes it the perfect tool for artists, given the right apps.
iPad Scavenger Hunt As a first day exercise, I decided to have my students do a modified scavenger hunt on the ipad to get familiar with their particular ipad and with ipad use in general. Below is the worksheet I projected on the smartboard and asked that students work together to complete the assignment.
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On this page, you will find the best 108 iPad apps for all your needs. We’ve taken the effort to categorize the apps and picked only those we believe to be the best ones and which will most likely be useful to you.
Design, edit, and elegantly present your work using Adobe® Touch Apps designed for your mobile device.¹ Whether you use a stylus or just your fingertip, intuitive touchscreen features provide easy, precise control for a variety of creative tasks. Each app is integrated with Adobe Creative Cloud™, so you can transfer and refine your work in Adobe Creative Suite® software — or view, access, and share it from almost anywhere. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Dip into our iPad Creative Flickr Group on any given day and you will find many examples of paintings, sketches, photographs and even some animations that have been created or edited with an iPad. The painting below from Dan Hoffman was made with the stunning Procreate app. We loved the colour, light and style of Treasure Trove, it really stood out to us, we hope you like it too. Be sure to check out Dan's other paintings on his Flickr stream . <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Ever wonder how to use your iPad to expand your creative potential? Whether you're an amateur doodler or the next Picasso, there are a variety of phenomenal iPad apps out there to help you paint your masterpiece. We've separated the best from all the rest to compile a list of apps sure to help you unleash your inner Van Gogh (ear cutting not required).
If you have a tablet and want to express your creativity, there are plenty of great apps you can use to pass the time doodling or to create beautiful digital art. If you have a stylus, they're even easier to use, but most of them only require a steady finger and a good imagination to make something beautiful. This week we're going to look at five of the best tablet drawing apps, based on your nominations. Earlier in the week, we asked you which tablet drawing apps you used when you felt creative. You responded with some great nominations, and now we're back to take a look at the top five.
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The iPad is still only a few months old, and with each wave of new apps, we get a better inclination of how much this little contraption can do.
Hey, teacher! Got an iPad? Then you've got a toolbox that you can fill to help you be an even better teacher! Spend some time with this infographic to discover how your iPad can be your handy assistant. It's filled with apps and services that you'll wonder how you ever lived without.
For Christmas I got an iPad!
Since publishing our 30 Best iPhone Apps for Art Teachers last year (August 2009), we have discovered many new apps that are worthy of being added to our best list.
If you've always wanted to be an artist, you can find iPad apps that let you do just that.
Jonathan Gay works as a project manager for a pre-school in Newton, PA and has created a project he named Art of the iPad . He wanted to see how creative very young kids could be using new technology without the usual prerequisite of training. Not wanting to use any of the existing art apps for children , Jonathan decided on using ArtRage (US $6.99), a fully featured painting app with a simple interface that includes pencils, brushes, rollers, spray paint and other tools that can create quite realistic painting effects with a swipe of the finger.
(PRWEB) September 15, 2011