on the iPad

Welcome to 

Comedy iPad School.

Expand Your Creativity by 75%

My iPad Classes

Sign up and the iPad becomes your most beloved drawing tool ever. 

My class delivers step-by-step art and technology training, so you can amaze yourself by making beautiful paintings, sketches and infographics — in four weeks!

Or your money back.

Onsite Instruction

Want to refresh and energize your team leaders? Book a seminar.

I'll show up at your office, creative offsite or trade show and teach intuitive skills that will bring communication and productivity to a new level. These are hours of everyone's life—shouldn't they be fun?

Satisfaction guaranteed.

Worldwide Workshops

I teach teachers how to teach Drawing on the iPad. 

Want to perk up your faculty? Engage them in practicing relevant new skills. Book an iPad workshop, suitable for lecture halls, hotel ballrooms, continuing education cruises...

...and shiny happy teachers having fun.

Subscribe to hear about upcoming workshops, classes...and the odd blog post.

Who has the time? I promise not to bombard you with annoying newsletters you have to batch-delete.

So...Comedy iPad School?

Contact me.

Just who do I think I am?

My name is Caryn Leschen, & I developed Drawing on the iPad for the University of San Francisco. I've been teaching iPad Drawing, Adobe Animate, Keynote etc. at USF for 8 years. I taught Illustration at UCBerkeley Extension & other venues. I'm a widely-published illustrator–cartoonist–writer–designer, & self-syndicated an advice comic, Ask Aunt Violet, in 20 newspapers. For portfolio samples go here. LinkedIn resume at https://www.linkedin.com/in/carynleschen/

Drawing on the iPad

34 Liberty Street #3, San Francisco, CA 94110, US


Why This Course?

"Mastery of design, empathy, play, and other seemingly 'soft' aptitudes is now the main way for individuals and firms to stand out in a crowded marketplace." Daniel H. Pink, author of A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future 

"Good improvisers develop action." – Malcolm Gladwell