Still having fun with this Procreate app on my iPad.
So, so much to learn!
I made this last night while listening to TV.
Let me walk you through what I did.
Earlier in the month, I did a product review for the
You can read the review here.
For this project in Procreate,
I imported one of the backgrounds I made for that
review – using the Hahnemühle Harmony paper.
I put the settings on symmetry and clicked the radial option.
The cool thing about radial symmetry is this –
whatever you draw in one section of the radial grid
automatically appears in all the other sections.
I started in the center by drawing one loop.
The program replicates that one loop into eight.
I just kept adding lines.
I am so in awe of what the program does that I have
trouble remembering what tangles I know.
I figure loops, auras and copadas are always
a good way to go.
And a mix of straight and curves.
You know . . . for balance.
And I could tell it needed contrast so I filled
some areas in with black.
And just kept building till I felt like it was complete.
Then I moved on to shading.
Still trying to figure this part out on the iPad –
I used the airbrush.
I could also do this in color so maybe
next time I will try shading with a ‘color’
instead of grey.
Overall I love how it turned out and I am
ready to give it another go!
Procreate App available in the App Store.