iPad SketchBoard

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  1. Steve S

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    That is pretty cool. Thanks for sharing. I like this picture; it actually makes me want a larger iPad Pro. [​IMG]


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    While that does look inviting...I mean, there's nothing preventing you from mounting any of your own 12"+ tablets on a similar frame, and then putting it on an easel, right? ;)
     
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    <<...it actually makes me want a larger iPad Pro...>>

    There are versions of this frame to fit many iPad models...
     
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    Early bird pricing is $50. It has foldable legs, can be used in either orientation, has embedded magnets so the tablet doesn’t fall out and will have a pass-through for a charging cable. Even if I had a full woodworking shop, it would cost much more than that in my time and in materials to create that.


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    Right. I have a 9.7; just saying that scenario makes me want a 12.9 or even bigger!


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    I was referring more to the idea of "I need to get an iPad to do [artistic activity X]"...

    I see so many young artists lock themselves into Apple early on, because much of the marketing subtly implies the need to get form-fitted devices and accessories to enable the "the true creative experience".

    Whereas I see the process of DIY and adapting a variety of tools with your own solutions, as part of the artist's natural development. It's part of the joy of discovery and serendipity that makes art fun. ;)
     
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    Amen. I have a 7yo daughter and as much as I would love to get her an iPad and an Apple Pencil (mostly because I think it is so cool! And I'm curious to see what she'd do with it given no preconceptions) I'm holding off for as long as possible so she can continue with pencils, paints, charcoal, paper, canvas, etc.
     
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