I do—dozens, actually. And, they all take different forms. Most end up in scrapbooks for my family while others are expressed through a piece of art, a card for a friend, or another creative vignette.Thing is, I’m kind of an eco-conscious tech geek, too, and I don’t like having—let alone lugging—a bunch of supplies around to support my creativity. That's why I began crafting with my computer nearly ten years ago and how I ended up crafting with my iPad now.
Which brings me to this website and our YouTube channel. Both bring together artists and crafty types mastering digital design (and Procreate) on our iPads so that we can tell our stories—stories about our relationships with each other, our world, and the things that occupy us. What could be better?
Please join us and...
Sharpen your digital design, Procreate, and iPad skills.
What You'll Find and Where
Who Are We?
Liz Ness is the geeky engineer-turned-photographer-turned-visual-storyteller behind LizNess.com. A former writer for Photoshop Elements Techniques Magazine (and blog) and a freelance graphic artist, she's eager to share stories and some of her favorite tricks, tools, and supplies with you.
Super power: Though she's often puzzled by what to have for dinner, she finds it easy to beat the 1 in 10,000 odds of finding four-leaf clovers (and is beginning to wonder if that’s a made-up statistic).
Duncan Ness is a skilled graphic artist and programmer that knows a ton about space, space travel, and rocketry. He designs and develops new products and photographs products for display and promotion.
Super power: He has the ability to find apple-flavored Izzes and moldy cheese inside people’s fridges even when they swore they’d never seen any.