Hey friend! I'm sure we're already besties on Periscope and Instagram, which means you know how much I've been raving about my new toy, the iPad Pro! I've resisted going digital for a long time, I tried a few Wacom tablets and didn't really enjoy them. But when the iPad Pro, and more specifically the Apple Pencil came along, and I could do everything from rough pencil-looking sketches to outputting vector art...all from Starbucks...SOLD! And best of all I'm drawing and (digitally) pain...
10 Apps to Turn Your iPad Into a Bad Ass Drawing Tablet
On the Creative Market Blog - 10 Apps to Turn Your iPad Into a Bad Ass Drawing Tablet Now for the vector drawing tools, which are actually pretty impressive. For my money, iDraw (now Autodesk Graphic) is the closest thing there is to a native iPad version of Adobe Illustrator. It has a pen tool, layers, boolean commands, grids, snapping, effects, just about everything you could want. InkPad is a great alternative that's completely free.
This file type list and cheat sheet by guides you through the appropriate file types to use for various digital projects. It goes over the common use cases, what you should know, and technical details of many of the digital file types.
Unleash your inner artist with the best drawing apps for the iPad Pro