Here's a recent picture I did of Lily, a character from 'School girls fighting robots'. The actual picture itself is basically 'what stupid thing can I draw for my next show'. A girl lighting her own fart is an easy go to for this problem. For those that don't follow my twitter, I'm working on a TV show for Poland. It was initially supposed to be part of something, but it isn't. It's its own thing now. We're still working out what it actually is. It's geek orientated. It does involve my iPad and drawing and it will have audience participation, but between you and me I want it to be something to give more Naomi and Poggie stuff. I have a story with them I want to finish and I want to work towards that now. I hope all the cool things that are happening with Czu Czu and all this webshake TV stuff leads to that eventually.
So why so many versions and step by step version of this one picture? Well if you read reviews of sketchbook pro, and Brushes on iTunes they all get good reception, but apparantly pale in comparison to Inspire Pro. So I immediatly bought this thinking this is something amazing. It isn't. The reason you see 4 pictures is, because the software has no layers. All the other apps have layers, even free ones. Sketchbook express has 3. So basically my main gripes, lack of layers, a little slow, and the pinch zoom is buggy compared to brushes and Sketchbook. The brush blurring smearing effects are quite nice and if you're a real painter you might appreciate this. I'm not. In the old days I sketched on paper coloured on photoshop. So if you're an honest to god painter, maybe I see value in this over other software, but if you just want quick and reliable art program with flexibility this blows. :p