My head sketch using the ZenBrush2 on an iPadPro and Apple Pencil was selected as one of the runner-ups in the mDAC 2016 mobile painting category.
I’ve had Procreate for awhile but never tried the video export function. So here’s a test of a short sketch. This might be useful to the artist if you want to revisit an earlier section of your effort. Not sure if that will be useful; something to explore.
Never posted a drawing demo but have been so impressed with the recently purchased iPadPro’s performance that I did a quick drawing from imagination. Am using the Procreate app and Sensu stylus (while waiting for the Apple Pencil to be delivered). The iPadPro’s dimension and fast chip performance lend themselves so well to drawing/painting that I don’t have to dwell on laggy performance. (Video capture via iPhone6 Plus.)
I was listening to a recent Macworld podcast this morning and was thrilled to hear Kai Krause (Photoshop users know him well for his Kai’s Power Tools plugins) has returned to creative development with his team, Frax.
(Thanks to reference photo from nikaross of Friends of Felines Rescue Center, Defiance Ohio). Drew and painted a beautiful Ragdoll cat (“Badu”) on iPad using the Procreate app, Nomad brush and Bamboo pen. I’m starting to settle on the Procreate app among a few painting apps I’ve tried on the iPad2. Its minimalist interface doesn’t distract from the drawing, painting process. I like getting a textured feeling on the canvas with its brushes which can be customized by importing your own textures; it’s an area for more exploration.