Wow, this is really nice(: is this one of your pieces done with the procreate app? I love that app, I do all my art on an ipad and I usually use these two apps: Procreate and IbisPaint X. All of your iPad art gives me a lot of ibspiration to do mine because sometimes I want to stop drawing because a piece is taking too long or whatever and I just don't want to go on. But when I look at your iPad art, it's just as good as any art you do with a tablet on a computer, and it's really motivational(: you were the person, actually, who got me interested in digital art once I saw your art! You may not even see this message, but I just wanted to tell you because you and your art were a great indpiration to me and I wouldn't be doing anything I'm doing today if I hadn't seen your art in the first place<3
This image was done by Manga Studio 5. For me, my iPad art has less detail than what I usually do on my Mac. It's because of the limitation of the iPad. (less precision and lack of killer tool) I occasionally draw on the iPad when I want to take a break from my work.
Also, thank you for an encouragement! Keep it up and draw a lot!
Wow, thank you for replying(: that's really cool, I'm glad you have the opportunity to have so many tools to do your art with^u^ yeah, I've definitely noticed that the iPad has a lot less of basically... Everything from precision and detail to lack of important and necessary tools and options.): but soon, I hope to get a Wacom and then my art won't look as... Meh.XP I have a Mac as well, and a while ago I was considering Manga Studio, but I decided to try out this really nice program called "Clip Studio Paint". It's for Mac and PC, I think you might like it. You should check it out sometime(:
Thank YOU for the encouragement as well, haha! And I will never stop making art. It's my passion and I can't imagine not doing it! One day when I'm old enough and more talented, I hope to be a professional artist like you are!^v^