Illustration Friday and App #1

I’ve abandoned my art for way too long so today I decided to set aside the work on my app a bit and participate in Illustration Friday. The word this week is “Suspend”… which got me to thinking about things that hover. Nothing is more beautiful (or dangerous) than a jellyfish suspended in the waves of the sea. This week my son started swim lessons and we began planning our vacation… so maybe the beach is on my mind.

I plan to color this digitally. I feel ashamed to admit that I haven’t done any artwork on my Wacom since I finished the illustration of the Gods in January. It’s about time I get back at it… and I’m truly excited about this one!

I finished the Chapter 1 tutorial of the Titanium Cookbook last night and built my first app. They walk you through most of the build, so it wasn’t a HUGE accomplishment. However, there were a couple errors I had to work through and I’m happy to say that I understand all of the code I’ve done so far.

Titanium LoanCalc Tutorial

NOTE: For anyone who might be following the Titanium Cookbook along with me, there was a big mistake made in Recipe 10 of Chapter 1. After hours of troubleshooting an error code, I did some online searches and found that the chart.js file for Raphael was left out of the book’s download package. The missing file can be downloaded directly at http://bit.ly/tlZjgy

2 Responses to Illustration Friday and App #1
  1. Rodrigo Costa
    September 15, 2012 | 10:28 pm

    Hi,

    As you, after hours following the exercise of the LoanCalc I just got into the trouble of the missing “chart.js” file! o.O

    I cannot find it anywhere and also your link above looks like to not be working anymore. :(

    Would you mind helping me out getting this .js file?

    Thanks in advance,
    Rodrigo.

    • Andi
      October 18, 2012 | 7:30 pm

      Did you ever find the solution to this? If not, let me know and I will see if I can figure out what is wrong. The link still seems to be working fine for me.

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