This is Karina from Sktchy drawn on an iPad Pro using the Procreate app.
Trying to stay sane in an insane world by drawing, drawing, drawing. This is Mo from Sktchy drawn on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using the Procreate app.
Last portrait of the year and I decided to draw Marie from Sktchy on my iPad Pro. Thank you to everyone who has followed my blog, read my posts and supported me in any way. I really appreciate your support. Posting my portraits here is one of the things I do to ensure I keep drawing regularly so by visiting this blog you are actively supporting my drawing habit. Thank you and Happy New Year to you.
This is Courtney from Sktchy. I’ve been feeling very anxious this past week and today I decided to draw a smiling face as a form of art therapy. I loved making this drawing, especially adding the freckles, always my favourite feature to add to a face.
You can watch a short timelapse video on my YouTube channel here.
I think everyone in the UK is feeling a little like this today.
This is Wendy from Sktchy drawn on an iPad Pro using the Procreate app.
I love drawing foreshortening and this portrait of Anika from Sktchy is a great example. I drew this on my iPad Pro using the Procreate app and Lisa Bardot’s Texturrific Pastel brushes.
This is Pattes from Sktchy drawn on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using the Procreate app.
This is Joy from Sktchy. I drew her on my iPad Pro using Lisa Bardot’s wonderful Texturrific pastel brushes in the Procreate app. You can watch a short Procreate timelapse video of my drawing process on YouTube here.
My week-long virtual conference has finished so I have time for drawing again and I’ve started off today with a portrait of Lowkeyvibe from Sktchy. I drew this portrait on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using the Procreate app and the ballpointy brush by Georg.
This is Liza from Sktchy drawn on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using the Procreate app. It probably won’t surprise you to learn that it was the colours in the inspiration photo for this portrait that drew me to this image – that red hair contrasted against a turquoise wall was irresistible.