Boost your procreate art skills
Juggles lighting and composition on an iPad, and depicts a furry critter
hen I bought an iPad with a Wacom stylus I realised that my studio could be almost anywhere. These days I can work in a café, where I don’t have to pay rent and meals are prepared right there. Painting outdoors isn’t particularly comfortable, though, because of the light reflections, but the car can be very comfy. It’s liberating stuff!
Working on the iPad is intuitive, and it’s easy to get to grips with its creative
Wapps. I particularly like Procreate because all of its tools are very focused, convenient and clear in their function. The only extra thing you might need is a decent supply of inspiration. Nowadays, there’s an overload of information and it’s very difficult to pick out the gems from the junk. One of the best ways is to visit masterpieces on show in galleries and museums – but the zoo or aquarium will do just as well. Reading books also enriches the imagination.