We’ve been overwhelmed with the response to our competition. It’s a pleasure to look at the artworks created with Maglus – our product! We always knew the Maglus community were a talented bunch but you really have outdone yourselves this time!
We wanted to round up some of the entries we’ve received so far for you to enjoy.
It turns out that Luke’s ‘bird’ drawing and our competition launch last week was a massive hit with you guys! Spurred on by the positive response we received, we have decided to extend the competition deadline. Luke has also been encouraged to keep sketching. Another of his ‘bird’ drawings is featured in this post!
To give everyone enough time to enter, we are excepting entries until Monday 26/10/2015.
Here’s a recap of the DEADLY Prizes up for grabs!
The term drawing is applied to works that vary greatly in technique, making it difficult to define. Simply put, a drawing is a graphic representation by lines, tones or colors of an object or idea.
Drawing is in effect the basis of all visual arts.
There are many different reasons why people draw – to visualise thought and work something out, to provide a pattern to follow or give instructions on how to make something, to describe or record something. However the most basic reason people draw is for the pleasure and satisfaction it gives them!
“I sometimes think there is nothing so delightful as drawing.” – Vincent van Gogh
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.