I was asked to make a robot painting for an upcoming kickstarter as a gift to those who donate. If all works out, Annie Log will become a poster for 100 or so supporters. The instructions I received was to make a robot like the one I made a few years ago and connect it someway to the idea of "love" (hence the heart button).
I was out for a motorcycle ride on this partly cloudy afternoon with my husband when I was struck with another creativity idea for the iPads. Mr. Fuglestad always sees something in every cloud so when we returned I photographed a cloud using the iPad and had him draw over it in Skitch to show me what he saw. Doesn't the iPad offer cool ways to visually communicate? The picture is below. I guess he saw an angry pig this time:)
To see more creating on iPads ideas go to this page.
Here is a link to a folder of CLOUDs to get you started.
Watch the video of me drawing a very angry sky. What did those birds do to offend it?
Wiped the slate clean and tried it again. Here is another story these clouds are telling...
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