Hi lovely people,
I really want to do intensive practising of drawing children, does anyone know a resource where you can find children’s poses to draw from?
I would like the see the recording too please
Thank you so, so much for your replies. It's really helped. As someone who suffers so much from anxiety having to do this is very difficult, and the fact that it doesn't increase sales that much makes me think if it is worth it at all.
Hi, I was wondering when an author/illustrator creates a picture book, do the publishers send you around marketing the book, like schools and book shops that you need to perform in? I couldn't think of anything more terrifying.
I know that to get the correct colour and more advanced apps you use the computer and cintiq combo.
I was just wondering though, for pencilling your illustrations at the start, is the iPad better, because the apple pencil is so good?
That's great! I find that finding the right apps can really streamline my workflow and leave me so much more time for drawing, and keeps me more focused.
Notion is really good for note-taking, its like Evernote on steroids.
Let me know if anyone else has recommendations.
Awesome replies! Milanote is good, but I'm starting the use Adobe XD instead for that corkboard kind of app, its a lot faster, you can change font sizes and it's free if you have the photoshop adobe cloud subscription.
Does anyone use any apps to organise the mountains of reference we collect over the years. I organise them into folders but surely there's a better way to organise them all?
I was just wondering what your favourite apps are for organising all your painting wonderfulness. I use todoist, love Notion, not sure if Milanote is worth it?
Let me know the apps you use to organize your creative bank account to day to day tasks!
Let's streamline our process