Working in iColorama

iColorama is an app that is very difficult to master. In fact, I bet that aside from the woman who wrote the software, there are very few people who can tell you everything this app does. But, there is so much this app does it’s amazing. Once you get familiar with it and start to understand how it works, you find that the possibilities are endless. It also has a sister app called Metabrush. But I’ll leave that and it’s other sister app iColorama Painter for some other blog.

I’m currently taking a class by two women that both use iColorama to teach the class. It’s an ok class. But I am disappointed they did not cover the app more in depth and go over more of its features. For what I paid for the class, I expected more explanations about the app.

What the class has done is get me using the app more often and exploring it more on my own.

I did learn a few basic things that I had not quite fully understood before.

It also has me doing some different kinds of edits than I normally do.

Unfortunately iColorama is only available for iPad and iPhone.

  2 comments for “Working in iColorama

  1. Carole Jeffries
    February 20, 2018 at 3:06 am

    Very cool! And beautiful. You sure are technically adept, too; learning all the apps you learn requires some skill and brain power.

    And I think our decorating emails are having a subliminal effect: This piece is ivory, taupe, caramel, black, red. 😊

    /cj

    On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 8:36 PM, Kerry C. Mitchell’s Adventures wrote:

    > Kerry C. Mitchell posted: ” iColorama is an app that is very difficult to > master. In fact, I bet that aside from the woman who wrote the software, > there are very few people who can tell you everything this app does. But, > there is so much this app does it’s amazing. Once you get fa” >

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  2. Jerre Paquette
    February 19, 2018 at 9:35 pm

    This looks very promising, Kerry. You’re sure an app-adventurer! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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