Tag Archives: Procreate
A few more digital mandalas this week. Line art done in iOrnament, coloured in Procreate.
Here are some new mandalas. These two started as line art in iOrnament, then coloured in Procreate. And this one is from my colouring book, Geneviève's Mandalas, coloured in Procreate. As I crocheted the baby blanket and hat last week, … Continue reading
First up this week, this is a colouring page by Tim Jeffs from his book Intricate Ink Animals in Detail. Coloured digitally in Procreate. Over at the Digital Tangling group on Facebook, we have been talking about apps to do … Continue reading
Here is a new mandala, coloured digitally. This is a colouring page by Ellen Topitzer that I coloured digitally. I am still working on Robin Mead's online class, Crazy Colorful Cityscapes. This is a whimsical cityscape I did in Procreate, … Continue reading
In the Digital Tangling group on Facebook, people were asking questions about using brushes in the Procreate app, and so I thought I would go over some the basics. You can click the image to enlarge them. OVERVIEW and BASIC … Continue reading
Here is what I have been working this week. This is a still-life I created with a vintage image and some digital colouring. And a new mandala. I created some more new backgrounds for future digital collages. If you want … Continue reading
Now that the year has wrapped up, here is a slide show of the artwork I created in 2015. If you can't see the embedded slide show, click here to see it on Flickr. Enjoy!
This is week 52, the final week of Kelly Barone 2015 Challenge. It's hard to wrap my head around the fact that I created enough artwork to post something new every single day this year. Thank you Kelly! Even though the challenge … Continue reading
This is week 49 of Kelly Barone 2015 Challenge. You can click the images below for a larger view. I coloured a page from my new colouring book. This week, I finished up a few digital collages in Procreate. This … Continue reading
This is week 44 of Kelly Barone 2015 Challenge. You can click the images below for a larger view. Some new digital collages, including a combination of digitally-painted layers, and scans of drawing and hand-painted papers. Now some colouring. This … Continue reading