As you may have heard, Adobe Illustrator is now available on the iPad, although quite different and not yet as feature-rich as on desktop. Thus, I have been learning the ins-and-outs of it and experimenting with some fresh ideas.
Vector graphics are now possible on the iPad with the full-fledged Adobe Illustrator making an appearance on the tablet.
Are available including monochrome images I created entirely on iPad using an Apple Pencil and mostly the Procreate app.
Some game-related graphic design and a video trailer for an upcoming space game as a concept. This was done showing my game writing or storytelling skills in addition to graphic design and video editing.
So I've decided to do a little Art Studio for iPad project of the day to add to the previous blog post I wrote about Grid Autosport landing on the tablet and iOS devices in general. You cam see my blog post here and the image is there. Below are a few different versions of... Continue Reading →
I am not sure if any of you realized, but I have also been interested in both digital and non-digital (thus based on real paper) art for quite sometime. I started doing pastel work on larger and more expensive paper a few years ago after taking a couple courses (drawing basics as well as an... Continue Reading →
So today, I've decided to experiment with using Photoshop-like image editing on the iPad and create a unique design. I decided to use Art Studio for iPad as my app of choice because I have worked with it before and am familiar with its features. I know it offers layers to manipulate background and foreground... Continue Reading →