This was done on my iPod Touch in iDoodle 2
because, unlike Brushes
, it allowed me to change the background without changing the drawing. Thus I could pick and choose how I wanted to draw on top of my photo, and then take the photo away altogether. Thanks to the iDoodle folks for this great feature! Continuing the iPod Drawing Ap review portion of my recent nlogs, what was frustrating was how many steps it took to use the eyedropper and then go back to drawing. It would also be good if the line size and opacity sliders were in the same dialog box. But those are just wishes for future interface improvements - in the here and now, it did what I needed it to do.
Labels: 2008, ArtistsChoice, Media: Digital, Media: iPod iDoodle 2, Media: iPod Touch, Process: Directly From a Photo, Process: From Imagination, Subject: Nature, Where: San Francisco (Florida St.)