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iPad  Sketchbook Pro Tutorial by Mull-Art iPad  Sketchbook Pro Tutorial by Mull-Art
One thing I get asked is 'how do you get those textures on an iPad'? well this is how, nothing hard or complicated its just using the tools at your disposal.

I'd probably download the full size if I were you ;)
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Nicknie121 Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
This is amazingly helpful!! What do you use when you draw on your ipad? A particular kind of stylus or??
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Mull-Art Mar 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Glad it helped, I now use the Wacom Creative one (their pressure sensitive stylus for iPad). But back then it was the bog standard Wacom stylus ;)
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Mull-Art Nov 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
thank you
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ThunderWing000 Oct 16, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thank god! A tutorial for the ipad sketchbook pro. All i keep finding is the computer version tutorials.
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wow ,thanks very much ! it is useful ,i have ever used a analogous painting app named Mybrushes pro on ipad and have the same question. Now i solved it! i hope i can learn more then can share my works for you one day!By the way,Mybrushes is also a good painting tool.
itunes.apple.com/app/id5574778…
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Jasp030 Jul 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I was wondering, since I'm still a bit new to this, is there any way to have a transparent background as the base you start with? I've seen the transparent drawing button but I'm afraid I don't know what it does.
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Mull-Art Jul 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
The transparency button actually locks the contents of that layer so you can recolour or paint over just those contents and not the entire layer.

For example, if you painted a blue ball but decided you wanted it green, without the need for erasing and redrawing you can hit the transparency button and then simply paint over the ball without the new paint affecting the other parts of the layer.

I don't believe at this time there's the facility to have the lowest layer (the background one) as a transparent layer.
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Jasp030 Jul 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
ah, alright, thanks for the help ^ -^
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