I’ve been playing around with digital sketching recently, given the number of touch devices I now use. This was something that I jotted on the Nintendo 3DS in Art Academy (available as DSiWare), based on the sculpture at St Pancras above the Eurostar terminal, which a friendly Flickr commenter reminds me is “The Meeting Place” by Paul Day.
After my rather poor previous scribble I am a lot happier with this one! I’m also excited to see how the Adonit Pro pen (a project I backed on Kickstarter recently) works out with my Android tablet, when it arrives… although I’m hearing that they may have some issues with Zagg screen protectors
I have limited artistic talent for drawing, but I’m hoping to train myself a little more. Hints and tips welcome 🙂
Some random doodling I did on the Nintendo 3DS a little while ago. Yes, I have little artistic talent.
A couple of weeks ago I was asked to run some elective “breakout” sessions at an IBM Global Services event in London. The venue was a great place near Barbican in London, The Brewery, a converted brewery (!) now hosting a variety of types of events.
Given the topic of my talk – social technology, how I use networks and sharing tools, and how organisations can use these technologies to work smarter – I just had to snap this sculpture off one of the stairways in the building! I’m sure it will find its way into a slide deck or two in the future.
I didn’t have a “proper” camera with me at IMPACT this year, but I did snap a bunch of images using my iPhone – they were either tweeted via yfrog, or through Instagram. Don’t expect the most awesome photography, but … Continue reading
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