Saturday, April 28, 2012

postcards from the edge

This nifty new iPhone app, DrawCast, offers to send
your art via email, share it on Twitter, post it on Facebook, 
or print and send it as a real postcard.
As far as I can tell, they offer nothing to us bloggers.

So last night I did this one 
and sent it as a Mother's Day postcard
to you-know-who. 

P.S. This lack of respect for all things Blogger
is getting on my last nerve. 
I expect that by the time I really figure out blogging, 
it (or I) will be g-g-g-gone.
Might as well send your postcards 
while there's still a post office.


Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

Very cool "painting" with Drawcast. I haven't heard of the app before you mentioned it and started creating with it. You are cutting edge and Blogger hasn't caught up with you. Or something like that! Lucky Mom!

hw (hallie) farber said...

I agree with Katherine--blogger has to catch up to you. I imagine your mother now explaining her Mother's Day card to her neighbors--on her phone?

I always enjoy your Dog Knows slide-show.

SamArtDog said...

Thanks for noticing this novice's efforts with DrawCast. It does everything and is no simpler than sitting down at the easel with brush and canvas or pastel and paper.

The test is, can Blogger catch up with itself?
As for the postcard, we're trying to go to Maine (you can't there from here), to catch my mother up with how it was done. I remember when postcards only cost 4c. said...

I always like your app paintings. This one is no exception.

and I still like getting "REAL" mail in my mailbox. That always beats an email or a text.