Paula here, that’s me in the image above with Chris’s winning entry printed on the wall of our Dublin office. Welcome to our space. Here is where the magic happens!
This competition has been lots of fun, we even got some artwork for our walls from it!
We were thrilled with the amazing response and the high standard of entries we received from our ‘Drawing Competition’. Our overall winner was Chris Davies and his excellent entry – ‘Beaky Blinder’. His ‘Beaky Blinder’ image reflects his local – Birmingham & Black Country. He turned a Wren into a character from TV show ‘Peaky Blinders’. He created the image using a Maglus on Procreate App for iPad.
We thought it was a really clever and unique idea. Well done Chris!
Helen Adams and Yvonne Foster claimed a well deserved Second and Third place.
We’re always encouraging Maglus users to get in touch with us. It’s great when people share their work and show us what they’ve achieved with Maglus. Through this communication, we have developed relationships with really talented(and nice!) individuals, who we now call ‘Friends of Maglus’.
One such friend is Yvonne J Foster. We originally shared a version of this blog post a few months ago and got a brilliant response. Since then, we know there are lots of new Maglus users. We thought it would make sense to showcase this beautiful content once again.
We’ve compiled some user stories below which show the diverse range of things that can be achieved with Maglus. Read further stories about our Maglus community HERE and be inspired!
Steve Turner is a keyboard player and composer for strings from the UK. He uses an iPad and Maglus for reading and annotating music. Steve has been involved with many prestigious tours and works on The Voice UK at the BBC. He uses the Maglus when working on the hit tv show – Check it out HERE!
Below is an image containing some music score writing he made using our Stylus. It was made for the Clannad tour on the Notability App using a Maglus with standard tip on imported blank lined manuscript paper.
We got a brilliant response from Yvonne’s blog post last week. As so many of you admired her work and story, we’ve decided to show you some more! Through chatting with Yvonne over emails, we discovered a really lovely project she had been working on – ‘Brighton Panorama’. The monochrome silhouette images really caught our attention and we knew that we just had to share them! We’ll leave you in the capable hands of the talented lady herself to explain the interesting journey from sketch to reality…
I haven’t been on here in a couple of weeks as I have been away. I have just returned from San Francisco where some startups whoose projects I worked on were launching their new products. It was a great trip and one on which I got to check out the Autodesk Gallery in downtown SF. Autodesk happen to make a couple of awesome iPadapps that give a good intro to the world of design from the perspective of digital sketching and 3d modelling.