Here's another peek into one of the things I'm working on--another one drawn and painted on the iPad, mostly in Brushes, but also SketchBook Pro and even a little bit of Art Studio. The story is SF, near future. This is the opening page, and she's my POV character.
Okay, here's the last character study for a bit, finished up last night with the gun-toting character on the left. I'm doing these as studies for a project I'm going to jump on in a week or so, hoping to finish up around the beginning of the new year. And again, all drawing, painting, adjusting, were done on the iPad, mostly in the Brushes app. Seriously thinking about sticking with that for this project, too--I know, I've said it before, but this time...I may just mean it!
I spent a couple hours drawing and painting on the iPad while my son ws watching Robin Hood (Russell Crowe)--and I was just pretending to watch, nodding my head and murmuring "Friar Tuck" every once in a while.
Took a couple hours last night to sketch and paint this out on the iPad.
Here's a character study for a project I'm about to start, two of the main characters--art below and video showing progress below that. The video shows how I color and shade in the Brushes app on the iPad. I usually use Sketchbook Pro to do the rough sketch, bring it into Brushes to refine, color, shade, outline. I usually finish up in Sketchbook Pro--also using some filtering tools to adjust overall lighting, tinting, contrast.
To finish up, I brought the image into the Filterstorm app, dropped the contrast way down, and darkened it up, also brought the warmth and sat up.