To those who are familiar with Sketchy, this is no big deal: people post pictures, you choose one, you draw it, you upload it. People comment, and it's an incredibly supportive community of super skilled people. Oh the inspiration! I love that it has forced me into the habit of drawing a portrait a day -- or just about. 

On a different note, I recently met Jason Das at Grand Central Station for a little sketching session. For his first sketch on an iPad, he did an amazing colorful piece. It was all about Stretching, because that's what our Sketchbook Skool semester is all about! His sketching demo in New Orleans is super inspiring and I urge you to check it out ASAP!

With Danny Gregory and Jason Das


Unknown said...

Hi France

AS Always VERY nice, thanks for sharing.

I bought this pencil do to draw on the iPad, but when I saw the little resolution from each drawing (so light) I stopped…
Is this also so light for you?
Imagine you would like to print them.. it's no possible with this little resolution!

Madame Van Stone said...

Renata, I have not tried to print from the Paper app, but I have heard that before. There must be a way to save each drawing to Dropbox and take it from there -- would that help?
That's where I stock all my Paper / Procreate drawings.

B. Dixon said...

its really great to read your blog and I'm enjoying it a lot. this app seems really amazing to me .the portraits are cool and I would like to try it too . thanks!

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Wonderful illustrated information. I thank you about that. No doubt it will be very useful for my future projects. Would like to see some other posts on the same subject!

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