I LOVE DRAWING!
And apart from the traditional pencil and notebook, I’m also loving drawing on my ipad. There are some great apps you can do almost everything you like. From iPad Pro launch, artist have a powerful tool for drawing, sketching and painting on the go.
In fact, many apps are very powerful and much more better than traditional desktop Photoshop & Illustrator. Below you can watch some video samples of my drawing process but for a full preview of them you can always visit my YouTube channel!
FAQ Thanks all for your nice comments and your emails regarding my iPad videos. Below you can find answers to your common questions.
Favourite ipad apps for drawing?
There is a bunch of fantastic great apps but here’s my favourite list: Procreate & Tayasui Sketches (and sometimes I use Paper by WeTransfer for quick doodles)
-I love using Tayasui Sketches, it’s an extremely handy app, which gives me all sketching tools I need.
-But Procreate is the top painting app on ipad, the king of the kings, there’s no doubt about it. It has everything you need and it’s far more flexible than everything I have seen in many ways. It’s the most fast and light application, far better than Photoshop for drawing and illustrating.
What stylus do I use?
During the shaping decade of 2010s I have used and tested dozens of styli for my ipad drawings. Since iPad Pro launch, the big winner is of course the Apple Pencil, this is the standard stylus I use any more.
How do I record iPad drawings?
Procreate automatically records your paint process (and some new apps like Adobe Fresco does the same) but for apps they don’t have this option, you can download any recording app from App Store to record your screen. In the latest iOS updates, users have the Record Screen option embedded into the system settings.
And a sample of them: