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Zen Brush

Teaching Art by Turning the iPad into a Virtual Studio

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From the ease of collecting often-broken colored pencils, to cleaning up after a room of young artists who seemingly bathed in tempera, art, unlike literature or history, creates rather messy educational challenges.  It is, however, extremely important for learners to engage in visceral exercises that bring the texture of media to hands, and its odor to nostrils.



Artist's iPhone, iPad help him create ancient Filipino calligraphy

Christian Cabuay

What do you do? I'm an artist and translator.

Which device do you use? iPad 1 and iPhone 3G.


How do you use your device? People pay me to translate and draw English words to the ancient Filipino writing system, Baybayin.


What apps do you use the most? Zen Brush ($2.99, app2.me/3512), iFontMaker ($6.99, app2.me/3731) Zendesk (free, app2.me/3732), Awesome Note ($3.99, app2.me/220), Mail.



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