The iPadPro and ApplePencil duo are making it a pleasure to sketch and draw as well as complement my art studies in traditional media.
Working a bit more with new Apple Pencil on the iPadPro using the Artrage painting app. Artrage has made much needed and timely improvements in performance. This study used the oil and palette knife brushes.
Finally got the Apple Pencil to do a quick sketch using the Procreate app. Very happy with its performance on the iPadPro. The large “canvas” on the iPadPro is also a great asset for digital artists to use.
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.)
Used pastel pencils (CarbOthello) for this lifedrawing of model, Jee, who gave us some great poses. His performance background lends itself well in the poses.
Got back to the lifedrawing workshop after a little absence. Continued working with pastel pencil on charcoal paper. I tried to finish the drawing by working from memory of the model and correcting some anatomy.
Am working more with pastel pencils at a lifedrawing workshop. Hoping to finish the rendering of modeling forms for this head study.
Trying to finish up a 20-minute pastel pencil drawing from a life drawing workshop. I enjoy working out art anatomy studies in these sessions – it’s a lifetime study. Rendering out the form in this medium takes some time for me. Onward.
From my lifedrawing workshop, a 40-minute polychromos pencil head drawing of model, Xine. We loved her hairdo which added dynamic gesture to her poses.
Nice to have a new model, face at our workshop. This was a 40-minute drawing on Strathmore charcoal.