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Muses vs. Pirates


Kristine Poole

Go get ‘em Tiger !!! “I want to let you know that _______ on Instagram is ripping you off making human animals.” So began an email we received. As one should, we checked out the noted Instagram account and found that yes, indeed, this artist was making animal-headed humans. The sculptures were well done, and clearly their own inspiration. We responded to the initial email expressing our gratitude for their concern and for alerting us…

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Top 5 reasons Infinite Painter has become my go-to mobile sketching app


Scott Fischer

February 18, 2020 - Hey folks, I am listing out my top 5 reasons that for preliminary sketching and thumbnail drawing on my Ipad, Infinite Painter has become my go-to app. Check out the video. Many of these features are available in other apps, but they are all under one roof with Infinite Painter and easy to understand and access.  Efficiency is key to good sketching and ideation for me. I gotta move fast or the thoughts will escape. Find out more info here https://www.infinitestudio.art/discover.php Top 5 reasons this program rocks: #1- Fill Tool!- If you have been following me you know how much I love that, ancient, free program known as Alchemy. It allows you to make a shape with your stylus that autofills. So building gestures, silhouettes and abstract details with shape rather than line, is a…

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