Screenshot from the Inkpad Site
My artwork is featured on the Inkpad app site. You can see the full post here. I have been using Inkpad since it first came out and I find that it’s one of the most user friendly apps I have used. It is a vector drawing app, but I also use it to create app mash ups with other apps such as Wordfoto, Picgrunger, Percolator and Sketchbook Pro.
Thanks to Inkpad for featuring my artwork and for their awesome app!
This is a digital drawing of a Steampunk Pixie at the 2016 Steampunk World’s Fair in New Jersey. I used the Inkpad vector app on my iPad. I also used the Percolator app to create the patterns in her dress, and then used Sketchbook Pro combine the drawings.
Portrait of Jo – Inkpad, Steampunk Tada app on iPad
I am happy to announce that my portrait of Jo for JKPP was selected for the MDAC Summit 2015 in Palo Alto, California. Only 100 pieces were selected from over 1200 entries. The show will be up through the month of August at the Palo Alto Art Center.
Portrait of Emily – Inkpad on iPad
This is a portrait of Sweet Melisa for Julia Kay’s Portrait Party on Flickr. I started with an Inkpad drawing:
Next I used the Percolator app to make several different versions:
Finally I imported all the different versions into Sketchbook Pro. I used the layers to erase parts of each layer to subtract the Percolated areas that I did not want.
This is a quick sketch of Adrienne Rose for Julia Kay’s Portrait Party. I used the Inkpad Vector drawing app on the iPad and imported the drawing into ArtRage for the texture. I really liked the colors in her original photo because they were quite different from my usual palette.
This is a portrait of Olivia for Julia Kay’s Portrait Party on Flickr. I am approaching 250 portraits for this group. I love to work on these portraits when I’ve run out of inspiration to other artwork. There are over 600 hundred me,hers now so I’ve got a lot of catching up to do!