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I'll start by saying I like the variety of poses here, a lot of stuff I probably will end up using for references for my own painting. ...

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Nice to see how you are structuring all these portraits. A lot of the reference lies are thought out well. I'm not sure working from th...

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1) Your use of canvas makes for an really cool texture on the piece. As in the previous critique, I would also agree that a varied line...

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It's been almost 9 months since I did anything here. The biggest reason for that is my website, makeAppPie.com and the last app i Developed slippyFlippyPenguin.

SlippyFlippy was an app based on flappy bird, one of many clones out there. Like a clone, it did poorly sales wise. So I decided to try some content marketing.

I started with a tutorial on SlippyFlippyPenguin. Then I got my first Raspberry Pi, and started writing about that. I was well into writing about Rasberry Pis when the Apple Word Wide Developer Conference came about last June. 

There are two kinds of people who walked out of the WWDC keynote. The ones who thought this was nothing special and Apple lost its mojo were the press. The ones part terrified and part excited were real developers. Apple Dropped a major bomb at WWDC in the Swift programming language. While others were speculating what swift meant for Apple. I got on it and started writing a series of transition guides between Objective-C and Swift. They have gotten very popular. I'm still at it since June, while trying to finish A book on the subject as well, which meant not a lot of the steps necessary to post to DA, because I'm too busy working.

Think I'm going to change some of that this year. The new DA app and staying in the digital realm in stead of watercolor makes it easier to post directly from my iPad. I also have a lot of graphics I'm designing for the website which I'll start re-posting here, and might be useful to some people.

Make App Pie

Journal Entry: Wed Jan 14, 2015, 8:50 AM
It's been almost 9 months since I did anything here. The biggest reason for that is my website, makeAppPie.com and the last app i Developed slippyFlippyPenguin.

SlippyFlippy was an app based on flappy bird, one of many clones out there. Like a clone, it did poorly sales wise. So I decided to try some content marketing.

I started with a tutorial onm SLippyFlippyPenguin. Thenm I got my first Raspberry Pi, and started writing about that. I was well into writing about Rasberry pis when the Apple Word Wide Developer Conference came about last June. 

There are two kinds of people who walked out of the WWDC keynote. The ones who thought this was nothing special and Apple lost its mojo were the press. The ones part terrified and part excited were real developers. Apple Dropped a major bomb att WWDC in the Swift programming language. While othere were specualting what swift meant for Apple. I got onit and started writing a series of transition guides between Objective-C and Swift. THye have gotten very popular. I'm still ati since JUne, while trying to finish A book on the subject as well, whiihc meant not a lot fo the steps necessary to post to DA, because I'm too busy working.

Think I'm going to change some of that this year. The new DA app and staying in the digital realm in stead of watercolr makes it easier to post directly from myipad. I also have a lot of graphics I'm designing for the website wich I'll start re-posting here, and might be useful to some poeple.

Class Sizes For Ios 8 Devices by StevenLipton
Class Sizes For Ios 8 Devices
An illustration for my upcoming Book  Swift Swift UI. A reference diagram of the different sizes of the different phones for the new iOS 8 class sizes system.
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Make App Pie

Journal Entry: Wed Jan 14, 2015, 8:50 AM
It's been almost 9 months since I did anything here. The biggest reason for that is my website, makeAppPie.com and the last app i Developed slippyFlippyPenguin.

SlippyFlippy was an app based on flappy bird, one of many clones out there. Like a clone, it did poorly sales wise. So I decided to try some content marketing.

I started with a tutorial onm SLippyFlippyPenguin. Thenm I got my first Raspberry Pi, and started writing about that. I was well into writing about Rasberry pis when the Apple Word Wide Developer Conference came about last June. 

There are two kinds of people who walked out of the WWDC keynote. The ones who thought this was nothing special and Apple lost its mojo were the press. The ones part terrified and part excited were real developers. Apple Dropped a major bomb att WWDC in the Swift programming language. While othere were specualting what swift meant for Apple. I got onit and started writing a series of transition guides between Objective-C and Swift. THye have gotten very popular. I'm still ati since JUne, while trying to finish A book on the subject as well, whiihc meant not a lot fo the steps necessary to post to DA, because I'm too busy working.

Think I'm going to change some of that this year. The new DA app and staying in the digital realm in stead of watercolr makes it easier to post directly from myipad. I also have a lot of graphics I'm designing for the website wich I'll start re-posting here, and might be useful to some poeple.

Of these two color wheels which one do you like the colors the most 

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StevenLipton
Steve Lipton
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
I'm thinking what I want to say here. Wait! I got an Idea...well, no.

Current Residence: Sweet Home Chicago
Favourite genre of music: Anything with an acoustic guitar....
Favourite style of art: watercolor
Wallpaper of choice: My own photos and paintings
Skin of choice: The one I'm wearing?
Favourite cartoon character: Stitch, Wall-E
Personal Quote: Living is Learning.
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Booki Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
thanks for :+fav:ing "Ashera of the Sea" :hug:
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BlackHound02 Featured By Owner May 10, 2012  Student General Artist
Your shading style is interesting.
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StevenLipton Featured By Owner May 10, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you. I think. In what way do you find it interesting?
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BlackHound02 Featured By Owner May 10, 2012  Student General Artist
Interesting since, I find it pretty idiosyncratic. I'm lost for words now, I'm sorry. XD But that really was my first impression of your style.
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StevenLipton Featured By Owner May 10, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's not surprising. I have to paint differently -- I'm color blind.
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deadhorseart Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011  Student Filmographer
thanks for the watch there man xD
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StevenLipton Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
One watch deserves another. Particularly when your work is THAT good.
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deadhorseart Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Student Filmographer
d'aww thank ye kindly =) i love the flow of your art work, very energetic!!
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StevenLipton Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you as well.
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SarahJonesArtist Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
the watch and the fave is appreciated :D
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