iPad Pro painting.
Happy New Year cartoon. Digital with procreate & ipad pro.
Doodling on Ipad
Five of the twelve flowers I just finished drawing for a 2019 calendar I'm making!
Support egg boy Will Connelly.
Firstly i'm just doodle it and after that i realize it most full . Here go Monster Holiday. Adobe Draw on iPad Pro + Apple Pencil
iPad Pro doodle.
Having way too much fun with textures and halftones in Procreate.
First time i’m using iPad pro to doodle. This artwork still on progress.
All my prints are available to purchase in my Etsy shop. Just search Ms Wearer and you will find me there. X
I have a lot of cats living in my neighborhood now. I want to hug them all.
Doodle made with iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Procreate. Tracked time: 3 hours & 55 minutes.
iPad Pro doodle art.
Sketching in Procreate on the iPad.
iPad Pro drawing.
Missing the evening sunsets over the Pacific no thanks to the time change in California. Drawn on my iPad in Procreate.
Done with procreate on ipad.
Drawn using the iPad Pro.
Playing with procreate on my ipad during a weekend filled with family, travel, celebration, inspiration, and fun in the sun!
A doodle inspired by the traditional batik design. Drawn on ipad using adobe fresco
Pen ink on paper, retouched in iPad
Adobe just released a new drawing and painting app Fresco for the iPad. Here are few experimental images. I have to say I am impressed with the natural media brushes and the interface.
Here's the latest I've been working on, Illustration A0110. I've been messing with a cool Linocut brush I found for Procreate. Also digging the new text feature they added to the app! Made with Apple Pencil + iPad, tracked time: 7 hours and 30 minutes.
45/100 of my nature illo themed 100 Day Project. I started my challenge drawing only on my iPad but hit some bumps when I forgot my Apple Pencil in Florida (I live in California). With that, I have been getting reacquainted with my sketchbook which has been set aside for a few months until now. Feels good to get back into it. Everytime I come back to painting, I wonder why I ever paused in the first place.