A Red Lantern Corps illustration created in Adobe Ideas on the iPad.
As you may know Adobe Ideas has become one of my favorite drawing applications for the iPad. Over the past couple of weeks I started putting together some template files for Adobe Ideas. At first I started out with just a few storyboard templates, but I couldn’t help making a few more for future projects. In Adobe Ideas you get one photo layer to use as reference along with 10 drawing layers. You can download the templates below and add them to your single photo layer. Read more
A new sketch created in Adobe Ideas on the iPad. The goal for this piece was to experiment with different “inking” techniques in Adobe Ideas. The character kinda evolved as I was creating him, originally starting out more elf-like he now kinda reminds me more of Nightcrawler from the X-Men. Read more
Using both Adobe Ideas and Photoshop Touch I’ll show you how to create illustrations and effects on your iPad. Read more
Adobe Ideas is a great app for creating nice clean vector illustrations, but with Photoshop Touch I’ll show you how to add textures to your illustrations using only the effects inside the app.
An introduction to Adobe Ideas a drawing application on the iPad that lets you sketch out your ideas in complete vector form. Because there is no loss in quality, any sketch or illustration on the iPad can easily be turned into an enormous banner that could cover your local skyscraper. You can even import your Adobe Ideas files into Illustrator or Photoshop to continue to refine your creation. Read more
Sketched out a more noire-comic style illustration in Adobe Ideas.
Hard times have fallen upon the once plentiful and happy Mario World. This illustration was created in Adobe Ideas, a vector drawing application for the iPad.
Another sketch created in Adobe Ideas. I actually enjoyed the “sketchy” feel of this piece so much I decided to stop progress on it rather than doing the usual clean up process most sketches go through.