My gear is my iPad 9th gen and an Apple Pencil. I’m thinking of getting a back-up Pencil, because sometimes I just want to draw all day! Outside the digital world, I love to dabble in watercolors and the use of white space to spell out words or shapes. I like painting with water alone and then adding pigment/ink in drops to see how they end up swirling and drying.
I had such a good time with this tutorial
My favorite tutorial ever would have to be the first time I really began to “get” the magic of using the isometric drawing guide. It was the “Coffee Corner.” Specifically, when creating the plant hangers for the wall, it all started to kind of “click.” I had such a good time with this tutorial, mixing up the finishing touches a bit with my newfound confidence to create my own unique coffee shop, even down to the treats in the display!
Today, I feel like I can draw anything and make it exist in the artistic space looking like it fits there—if I just take my time, find my shapes, and use the drawing guide.
Look at my work
The gears i use for my work
Apple Pencil 2
For me, nothing beats the Apple Pencil 2. Drawing and painting with the Apple Pencil on your iPad feels super intuitive. The pencil is quick to respond, I’ve never experienced any lag and the pressure sensitivity is great.