This guy is desperately trying to get back to his spaceship before the parking meteor runs out. Another iPad/Procreate/sketchbook page.
Day three of dumping Procreate sketches onto this site. Here’s a spaceman… and you know what you have to do when you see a spaceman… park in it, man!
My social media is totally out of control. I’ve got some things posted here, I’ve got other things posted there, I’ve got some internet sites with absolutely nothing on them… probably not the best game plan for your “internet presence” so I’m going to do a post dump on this site and try to get things more centralized to this location. For the next few days I’ll be posting random stuff here that you may have already seen somewhere else on the internet and this is the first one… a quick sketchbook doodle colored on an iPad using the Procreate app.
The other day at church the pastor was trying to explain that the Greek word for hate has a couple of different meanings. One is that you just kinda don’t like something… the other meaning is that full blown super dislike you have for something… like the New England Patriots… at least that’s what my sermon notes say… and ya gotta trust your sermon notes.
I’m old school when it comes to drawing. I still enjoy using a pencil and paper, but I love to apply color digitally. I’ve been posting 30 second videos on Instagram lately of some quick color sketchbook stuff I’ve been doing with the Procreate App and I keep getting asked the same question… how do you get your sketchbook pages into Procreate?
I’m using a scanner to get the sketchbook pages into my computer, formatting them a little bit in Photoshop and (I’m all Apple products) airdropping them onto my iPad Pro. There are a lot of ways to get your scanned files onto your iPad (Dropbox, Email, Cloud drives, etc.)… but the easiest way to get a sketchbook page loaded onto your iPad is to just take a picture of it with the camera thats on your iPad. Click, boom, done!
Now you just need to open Procreate, create and open a new canvas, open the actions menu (the little wrench) go to ADD and then INSERT A PHOTO and your sketchbook page will be in your photos. When it imports into Procreate you will have the option to resize it and then you can grab a digital brush and start slinging paint!
Since I’m currently trapped inside my house because of the weather, I thought I would experiment with making a blog post using my iPad instead of my computer, so here we go…
I’ve recently been doing a lot of painting on my iPad using the Procreate app and Apple Pencil. I’ve used the Procreate app since it first came out and love the way it records video of your work in process. I’ve been posting these little 30 second videos on my Instagram page, so you can see them there if you’re interested.
My Procreate pictures are mainly just quick little sketchbook ideas, so sometimes I throw a random piece of scenery into the background (as I did on this one) and paint my characters right over the top of it.
I scribbled this guy out last Saturday as I was waiting for the football games to start. He’s one of my favorite characters from the game AC-Odyssey, Barnabas the sailor man. I still had time to kill, so I added some color and a background… and then watched one of the craziest weekends of football ever!