Mini sketch

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Mini sketch on a mini screen. Easy acess to color is what I enjoy the most when drawing on the ipod touch.

Mini croquis sur mini écran.  Ce que j’aime le plus quand je dessine sur mon ipod touch c’est de pouvoir utiliser la couleur si facilement.

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4 thoughts on “Mini sketch

  1. J’aime mieux les portraits — les couleurs ne sont pas typiques — ils ont beaucoup de “mood.”

    Bene, maintenant je suis en train de lire “Les Yeux Jaunes des Crocodiles” par Katherine Pancol. C’est 660 pages! Je trouve au page 53. C’est tres fort pour moi. Quelque fois je deviens mal au tete — je les appelle mes “french head aches.” Mais j’aime ce roman au debut.

    Do you ever get “English head aches”?

    aletha

  2. Merci Aletha, les couleurs sur le ipod sont tellement tentantes et rapides. Plus facile que sur papier avec vrai couleur…
    Je ne connais pas les yeux jaunes des crocodiles mais bravo d’entreprendre une lecture de 660 pages!
    I get “English blanks” when I am tired or saturated. It is a funny thing , I read or listen and suddenly nothing make sense, it is Greek to me (do I have the right expression?).

  3. Yes, I get blank too. Blank is less severe than my French headache. When the passage gets hard (too much unfamiliar vocabulary) it’s also as though everything is blurry. The characters and setting are there, but I can’t make them out — as though I am seeing everything without my glasses (which also gives me a headache).

    You are more advanced in English than I am in French, so my “symptoms” are more pronounced. (“Pronounced” is a funny pun considering the topic.)

    “Greek to me,” c’est exact! ak

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