You can take photos from your camera roll and turn them into wood carvings. The free tools includes a pencil, eraser, fine point cutting tool and a round gouger. The studio is hot and my paints are put away so I did this quick sketch. You can save them, email them to yourself and then print them out. Or you can just draw from your imagination and then carve. It even makes a carving sound and you see the wood chips fly away.
It's really fun. And nobody has to see the finished product but you.
What fun art apps do you have? I have several.
the fish whisperer
I am having a give-away!
Here is how it works. Leave a comment on my post and you will be entered to win. I am going to give away one painting a week for the duration of the 30 Day Challenge, (the month of September, 2013). If you comment daily on my posts then you can be entered up to 7 times to win. The winner will have their choice of any unsold painting of the week.
Those of you who subscribe by e-mail to this blog can either reply to the e-mail, or comment and you will be entered.
Please note this drawing is going to be casual. I am not hiring any fancy auditing company to do the selection. It is going to be a plain old pieces of paper in a bowl thing.
If you are the winner your painting will be shipped to you after it has dried, which can take one to two weeks with oils
To see more of the challenge paintings click here.