Paper is my favorite sketching app on the iPad Pro.
Paper has a wonderful assortment of tools for starting a pencil, ink, or watercolor sketch, and works beautifully when paired with the Apple Pencil.
Better still, Paper can sort all these doodles in separate digital sketchbooks, and you can even share certain drawings to the public Paper feed, or to Adobe’s Creative Cloud or OneNote. Consequently, whether I’m taking notes or doodling during a TV show, it’s the first thing I use to draft out anything, It’s not an onesizefitsallprojects program. Procreate is the master and commander of actually making those ideas reality, while I love Paper for fleshing out ideas.
Until Autodesk’s Graphic showed up on the scene, By the way I hadn’t worked with vector illustration since the death of Macromedia FreeHand in the early 2000s. Just keep reading. The iPad Pro is a pretty great tool with which to do that, One of my first friends in comics told me that the main way you gained drawing skill was by doing it over and over and over and over again.
I know that the iPad Pro and Pencil make it pretty easy to start sketching and better, continue sketching, even if you’ve never had an art background. Pad and Pencil, therefore this week, I’m doing a sketch series on the iPad Pro. Maximum fun of drawing with vectors, none of the Illustrator stress. However, you can draw vector lines directly with the Apple Pencil or place nodes by hand, or combine both. Graphic makes vector art fun for me again, and it does so in a completely approachable way. Therefore, you can change fills, colors, and group vector pieces.