Latest in the series of iPad sketches.
Latest in the series of iPad sketches. Going from a couple of D&D characters to some t-shirt designs and a future project (wink).
I honestly forgot this was laying around on my YouTube channel. Done a few months ago when I started a new 2nd Edition D&D campaign.
Using the Witch Kit found in the Complete Wizard's Handbook, my Player Character is the origin of the Warlock class in later editions.
Slowly, I'm getting back into this art thing I do. I'm really digging my iPad and its capabilities as a drawing tablet.
Here again I have one of my many, many D&D characters. This particular session I play a half-elven "neutral" druid (who is questioned on whether he might have a little dwarf blood in him). He and his owl companion are Owl and Thistle and they refer to themselves in the "Royal We." The look on my DM's face was pretty good when I introduced that little character trait.
Two Procreate sketches I did last month that I didn't get a chance to post. A short one of my Alchemist from Pathfinder and my Enchanter from my other 2nd edition D&D game.
In my continuing adventures as a pen and paper role-play gamer...
I recently received an iPad Air from my online mobile development program. While the main propose of the device is to be used for testing out applications live, it would be remiss of me, if I did not take the opportunity to also use it as an on-the-go digital sketchpad.
I did this sketch in Procreate, which has a video recorder build into the application so that I can export the drawing process when I'm "done." Thankfully, the learning curve isn't high, but the lack of pressure sensitivity is something to get use to. Hopefully I'll be able to purchase a bluetooth pen device that can simulate pressure sensitivity. Still, for only playing with the iPad and Procreate for a few hours, I think I can live without it for a little while longer.