A bava face trace

A bava face trace by snakepliskens
A bava face trace, a photo by snakepliskens on Flickr.

This Daily Create is my first of many assignments for ds106 this Summer—I’m a camper through and through and it’s never too late to join in on the fun, get started here. It’s only week 1 of a perfectly timed 10 week course, and I have no question it will blow your mind!

As for today’s Daily Create, I came into work and saw Timmmmyboy’s awesome trace that he did on the iPad using the Brushes application and I finally decided to breakdown and try it out. This is my first piece of art for #ds106 that was created with an iPad—despite my description in the about page two and a half years ago:

This course is free to anyone who wants to take it, and the only requirements are a real computer (none of those wimpy ass iPads), a hardy internet connection, a domain of your own, some commodity web hosting, and all the creativity you can muster (and we’ll spend time helping you get up and running with at least two of the last three requirements).

http://ds106.us/about/

Jimmy eat crow and he don’t care.
Jimmy eat crow and he don’t care.

One day you are screaming about YouTube and copyright then next you are making love to an iPad. It’s back and forth with you.

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4 Responses to A bava face trace

  1. Ben says:

    Mmmmmmm, crow sure be tasty, especially with a nice scoop of ds106 sauce on top!

    I’m thinking we need a ds106 griefers cohort this Fall that does the entire course using nothing BUT iPads.

  2. leelzebub says:

    Nice sketch! I may have to steal my Mom’s iPad and download a image editor program so I can give this a shot!

  3. dkernohan says:

    What’s an iPad? #keepingitreal

  4. I saw the future and it is here
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/4476548051/

    That is nifty and is infecting me to try the app as well.

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