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Secory Designs

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Watercolor on iPad in Tayasui Sketches II 
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I like Paper by 53 and Procreate and I just got Tayasui Sketches 2 pro and a Wacom Bamboo Fineline 2. I'll test it when I feel creative
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Trena BrannonArt

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My favourite app for art creation on my iPad Pro is iColorama. Here is my latest which started life as a photo I took while walking in the nearby countryside. 
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Finishing off in Glaze after working with iColorama and Painterly. 
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I love the way that you can bring things in mixing items from separate pictures in the application #PaintCan. You can also choose the type of background you want, this time I went for the texture effects of watercolour paper.
This is the first stage of me bringing in images I worked on in #iColorama and I went on to also work with #Procreate.
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Woon Tien David Chong

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IPad finger painting done using procreate app. Reference to photo found on Pinterest. #tears #expressive

My FB art page: http://www.facebook.com/chaseroflight
My instagram id: chaseroflight
My DA page: http://chaseroflight.deviantart.com
My Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/MrChaseroflight
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David Zamora

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Pintando en PS Touch usando un iPad Air.
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Lennart Östman

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Hi! I'm new to the group and want to introduce me with this image. The source image is a fractal made in Fractal Architect, and I have used Fractalizer and Snapped on my iPad Air 2.

Designed by God the mathematician.
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Trena BrannonArt

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Created using Procreate. Pulled in a sketch I did and played with layers.  #trenabrannonart   #procreate   #faces  
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Trena BrannonArt

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Trena BrannonArt

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‪#‎mydaughter‬ ❤️ ‪#‎trenabrannonart‬ ‪#‎procreate‬ ‪#‎ipadart‬ ‪#‎drawingfaces‬ ‪#‎art‬ ‪#‎digitalart‬
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Marcine K

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Stylus recommendations for iPad Air.
Hi folks,
I am looking for a stylus that will give me pressure sensitivity for line creation, will allow me to draw fine lines and will allow me to see what I'm doing while drawing those fine lines. I have a 53 pencil now and I don't like it at all because it simply doesn't do what I need it to do. Do you have any suggestions??
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I did research on pressure sensitive stylus. The new JotNot Pro ranks among the top stylus for performance in writing and drawing. That being said, the problem of pressure sensitivity starts with the iPad itself. The device is not designed to be pressure sensitive (excluding the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil). Some apps are designed to work with a stylus or finger and give pressure sensitivity. You mentioned you have 53 pencil; are you using this with the Paper app? Reviews with the app rank high. I suggest going to Amazon, search stylus and pressure sensitive stylus and read the reviews. Also, look at the drawing apps and their features; Paper, Art Studio, Procreate are a few feature rich apps. Good luck.
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Ended up with this made from 4 iColorama images and extra drawing in Procreate. Quite happy with the texture giving a cracked paint on canvas effect I also applied in iColorama. #ipadpro #applepencil
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Amazing🎈 love the color and detail🎈
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Woon Tien David Chong

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iPad finger painting using Procreate app. Referred to two separate photos found on Pinterest to create this.

My FB art page: http://www.facebook.com/chaseroflight
My instagram id: chaseroflight
My DA page: http://chaseroflight.deviantart.com
My Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/MrChaseroflight
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Double wow🎈🎈
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I used #pixlr to finish off. The images inside came photos I've edited with iColorama and Paint Can. All done with the iPad Pro.
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Andrew Harrison

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iPad speed painting using procreate App
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Al Fichera

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These are my first iPad Air 2 paintings done with the Paper 53 app and the Paper 53 stylus. It's really new to me and I hope to get better by lots of practice.
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Thanks Patrick, I appreciate the comment!
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Woon Tien David Chong

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How God spelled love. Original iPad finger painting on Procreate app.

#chaseroflight #art #ipadpainting #procreateapp #instagram

My FB art page: http://www.facebook.com/chaseroflight
My instagram art id: chaseroflight
My deviantart page: http://chaseroflight.deviantart.com/
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