Flowpaper

Curator: Jamin Hegeman
date: March 1, 2013
Categories: Illustration
Tags: drawing, flowpaper
I like to think of iPad drawing apps like the various physical drawing tools. Just as an HB pencil responds differently than a piece of graphite, so it is with different apps. While many drawing apps try to replicate these physical tools, Flowpaper embraces the digital medium with physics based drawing.
read more | Comments (0)

Paper app for iPad: FiftyThree

Curator: Randy J. Hunt
date: August 17, 2012
Categories: Design for Entertaining, Experience Design, Illustration
Tags: App, drawing, ipad, sketch, software
Paper has taken the metaphor of your standard duty sketchbook and packed it up into a tight, fast, fun-to-use iPad app. You organize your work into different sketchbooks, which you can name and (within tight limits) customize. You swipe through books that have dimension and texture. Surely a list of titles or a grid of books would allow you to show more books at once, but hey, this works out just fine.
read more | Comments (0)

Draw a Stickman: Hitcents

Curator: MoMA Design Studio
date: July 2, 2012
Categories: Design for Entertaining, Experience Design, Illustration, Motion Graphics
Tags: drawing, game, Kids
We love this simple interactive game where you start by drawing a stickman, and as the story goes along, you continue participating by drawing different props.
read more | Comments (1)