As I was checking my emails on Wednesday morning,
I found one from Interweave Press, advertising their
"Gifts" edition for the coming Holiday season.
Since I could upload it to my iPad,
and because I was spending about four hours
having a chemotherapy infusion,
I could easily justify this
Susie Monday's article on
"iPad designed Stars and Snowflakes"
immediately caught my attention
as I reclined in my comfy chair and
chemicals dripped into my system.
All I needed was the
Doodle Dandy app on my iPad....
which of course I did not have - at that time!
I did upload the app yesterday
(and it is FREE!!!)
and had a bit of fun playing around with it last evening.
Above is one little doodle that I accomplished
in the waiting room at my Oncologist's office.
It sort of reminds me of a rose window.
This was my very first doodle,
which, to me, looks like a big fluffy white bow:
And here are some snowflakes:
I was frustrated because I couldn't make perfect lines.
Sometimes my fingertips drew well,
but at other times,
they were lacking.
While napping and dozing a bit last evening,
I thought that perhaps a stylus
would enable me to make more accurate
I wanted to make designs that I could use
for Thermofax screens.
This is the first one:
(the little dark blobs at the bottom
are where I didn't totally paint in the white background
before I began doodling in black)
I really like this one,
and it was so simple to accomplish!
So, if you like to doodle like I do,
perhaps you should consider reading
Susie Monday's article in the new
Interweave Gifts magazine
and then upload the app to your iPad...
it's Free and it's Fun!
thanks for stopping by!
If you are here in the States,
have a safe and happy Labor Day Weekend!
peace to you dear reader!