Tag: Digital Painting
If you are new or an avid user of the Paintology drawing app available for your Android phones and tablets, you will find this post very instructive. Digital drawing & painting is not as hard as many people make it out to be. This is partly due to the many apps and software supporting drawing Read More
Just recently, we have posted some classes on Udemy for you to get into digital drawing and really build up the drawing techniques! The classes in Udemy are more structured and some of you may be more familiar with using their classes. Try it out and let us know what you think! Udemy class: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-to-draw-a-glass-with-cokeicestraw-using-paintology Read More
Hello guys, I thought you might be interested in a new device that I put together to create a unique drawing tool. The device is a giant 65 inch drawing tablet and works like any other drawing tablets! I have hooked this 65 inch to my favorite drawing app, Paintology. You can check out this Read More
Whenever you embark on any painting or drawing, its always a good idea to have an idea of the tools that you will use ahead of time. If you stick to say one brush for the entire painting, it will constrain you to use that brush in more ways than one.
I have been getting more used to the Galaxy Tab 2 with my Paintology app loaded and playing around with the brushes and strokes. The key to good drawing and painting requires a versatility in the tools you use and not confine yourself to any specific set of tools. I have to always keep in mind that Paintology has 20 types of powerful brushes that have great effects and are ideal for certain subjects when drawing.
No doubt there will be a large group of people who will use the Paintology app on their smartphone using their finger only. Here, I have outlined the basics of a landscape and how quickly you can produce something that is pleasing to the eye. As you get better, you can produce artwork for your friends and relative and send them a customized greeting card, the possibilities are endless!
Continuing with our last lesson on digital finger painting – mt landscape, here we are going to tackle a sunset using finger painting (fig. 1). The advantage of using fingers for drawing is that some subjects such as clouds can be easier to do then using a stylus probably due to the randomness at which our fingers moves as well as some direct control on the canvas.
This is one of the earlier paintings drawn on the Galaxy Note using Samsung’s own proprietary software called “S-Memo”.
This painting was done using the Paintology app using the sketch brush style tool. It’s incredible, how quickly you can create the effects using only one brush style.