Sumit Vishwakarma will be presenting iPad Art and iPad Animation workshops in October at the following locations:
Sumit has been a featured speaker at the Mobile Creativity and Innovation Symposium as well as MacWorld 2013.
When asked what advice he had for budding artists in the digital medium, he says that he believes in simple and effortless learning. Though he has immense respect for traditional art medium - oil paint, water color- he feels that the digital medium can expedite the learning curve. When creating art, one should not get overwhelmed with the details of a painting, says Sumit. “Start with the basic sketch and build over it. This is where iPad art differentiates from traditional medium. One can use basic layers to sketch and then add finer details in subsequent layers. All layers can then be merged to create outstanding piece of work. You can undo and redo without hiccups. The goal of my workshop is to expose people to these techniques of iPad art and inspire new iPad artists.”
These programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Library.