Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Making Templates on the iPad

I've been playing around with making templates using my iPad.  My intent is that I can whip open the iPad and draw designs wherever I am.  The app I am using is ArtRage3.  Here's the first template I've actually printed out and cut using this method.

Actually, I'm trying to make designs that I could use for card making so these will need to be designed to be cut from cardstock.  Delicate designs that I can cut with paper, become clumsy and rough with thicker material.  The learning curve for both getting to know the app and designing for cardstock has been a little steep.  At the moment I think I may be over the hump or at least over the first hump.

This is the piece cut out.



7 comments:

Sweet Virginia Breeze said...

Very pretty! Looks like you've learned well.

Jenny said...

How lovely. I can't wait to see more.

Julie said...

How cool is that? This looks so pretty cut out...on paper is not as exciting, but cut is awesome!!! I am so happy you have an IPAD!!!
Yipeeeee!!!
Julie

Julie said...

I meant to say on digital image is not as exciting, but once cut out on paper is very beautiful!!!

jackie said...

you really are the queen of technology, you know that right?

LDH said...

Love the design and that it looks dimensional. You are a techie figuring out an app on your IPAD!

random Cindy said...

Lovely. Organic and graphic. I think I have the opposite problem, I'm used to cutting cardstock or thicker rather than paper. An aha! moment for me why I tend to make my silhouettes too heavy.