This is a post with many different examples of digital art created using iPads. Take a look at a minimum of 3 works and answer the following questions in a comment - be sure to answer ALL parts of the questions!
1) Do you think that these creations should be considered "art" in the generic sense? Why/Why not?
2) Choosing one piece, briefly describe it. Using standard terminology and what elements of art can you see? Weight, contrast, balance, line, etc. Does this piece, when deconstructed consists of the typical elements of art? Has this altered your answer to question 1?
This is a fantastic guide on drawing realistic eyes in particular, and the best bit is, you can learn these techniques in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace! Keep in mind that this guide is not just for eyes, from this you can continue through the site to more and more different guides for different body part of humans and animals. Take a look, and have a go at drawing an eye or something else in this tutorial. Take note of what techniques you learnt from this guide, and we can discuss these techniques and your drawings in class.
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