I recently got a new iPad, a sixth-generation iPad Pro, 12.9-inch (33 cm), colloquially known as the M2 iPad Pro, complete with digital copper plumbing, 512 GB and, by necessity, a new 2nd generation Apple Pencil. Yea, it’s amazing; it’s my 3rd iPad since I started drawing and painting on an iPad in 2013, 10 years ago!
Here are a few other digital renderings done on my new device – mostly composed in Sketch Club using iColorama, Procreate and VideoShop here and there:
I revisited a digital painting I did of my dad in 2016, a post of which you can see here. I made some structural adjustments in Procreate and videotaped the reduction of an effect I had added in iColorama. It was a Fathers Day urge. Here’s how it came out:
Disgraceful; however, about the illustration: I initially painted it in Sketch Club, used Procreate’s liquify tool to wiggle his nose while doing a screen video record, which I then resized and trimmed in VideoShop and then saved it. I opened it KinoGlitch, which I think I got through iColorama. In KinoGlitch there are several video effect editing features, and I believe I used Pixelate. Hope that helps. Let me know if I can clear anything up.