A study of perspectives. This wasn’t intended as a full painting but rather as a quick study with quick rendering. Painted in Sketchbook on iPad.
Another landscape painted in Sketchbook on my iPad.
My latest landscape. Painted in Krita with XP-Pen Artist 10S.
Another painting, this one a seascape. Painted using Sketchbook on my iPad.
Another landscape in Sketchbook on my iPad.
Yet another landscape painted in Sketchbook on my iPad. Totally from imagination, no references used.
Another rural landscape painted from imagination. Painted using Sketchbook on iPad. Yes I am getting back to digital painting.
After a long time I’ve finally created a new digital painting. This one was done using Sketchbook on my iPad with Apple Pencil. I initially started with the tree and then expanded the countryside around it, purely from imagination. No references used.
Painted digitally using Sketchbook on my iPad.
This was done on my iPad with Sketchbook. This time I took a break from traditional watercolour and decided to go with digital painting. Sketchbook has decent watercolour brushes which somewhat emulate the medium. This was a simple piece just to get comfortable with these brushes and I feel reasonably happy with it. While Adobe Fresco has some good live brushes to emulate real watercolour flow on paper, it tended to crash on my iPad. So I went back to Sketchbook which is snappy and lightweight compared to Fresco.
Overall I would love to see Krita available on the iPad. Sadly I don’t think there will be a port available in the foreseeable future thanks to Apple’s licensing policy with regard to GNU GPL.