Saturday, December 5, 2015

Watercolor by App

I found this amazingly fun app for my iPad, called Waterlogue. I am obsessed and have had so much fun playing with it. I've even used it to print on fabric to make a gift. It costs a few dollars, but it is oh so worth it. After you get the App, choose a photo and it does its thing. Here are a bunch of photos and my "watercolor paintings"!

Fascinating, isn't it?



  1. I have that app too but haven't used it as much as I could. I love Bailey's photo and the bicycle photo. I think I'll go play with my app now. Like you said, well worth it!

  2. Cheryl, I just love technology. I would be interested in seeing the results of what you printed on fabric. Are you "making your own" blank or using pre-made commercial fabric sheets for the printer. I've done both and am curious which you prefer. I found a pixalating (?) program on a free website that turns photo's into Mosaics. I have had fun playing with the computer end of it, but will wait for the retreat in May for the "quilting end" of mosiacs.

  3. Thanks for sharing this. The photos look wonderful, and I'm thinking notecards and all sorts of projects.

  4. Thank you for letting us know about this app. I am a quilter and card maker and I see all kinds of possibilities in my future! Thaks again.

  5. So cool! I think I pinned it a while back but never played with it. That might have to change!

  6. That really does a nice job, I never achieve that in photoshop.
    It is a nice way to do photos and make them into artwork.



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