Sunday Doodle

As all great Sundays are spent, I spent most of mine on the couch, doodling on the iPad. It really is quite convenient when you don’t want to get up and grab all of you materials, sharpen pencils, and all that jazz. So basically, it’s really quite convenient when you’re lazy. But today, some great stuff can out of it:

All great Sunday mornings also involve dreaming about a nice, hot grande latte.

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73 thoughts on “Sunday Doodle

    • Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it :) The best tool i found on the ipad was procreate. I liked the tools and the organization much more that all the other art apps out there. If you want to learn, i’d definitely use procreate.
      Thanks for following me!
      -Maeve

  1. Do you use a stylus? I use Autodesk sketchbook express on my phone and I love it. However I just don’t enjoy using my finger to draw on a screen that is so smooth. I also find it strains my finger after a while.

    There is a definite benefit to not having to assemble all the peripherals sometimes though. It also gives you the chance to take a fresh angle on things :) Lovely post, thanks for sharing!

    • I actually just got a stylus the other day, and i LOVE it. Beats trying to draw with your finger, since you get much more precise lines. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. These … on the iPad? They’re amazing, no joke! And of course, my favorite is the grande latte, haha. Congrats on being Freshly Pressed, that’s some great artwork you’ve got there!

  3. Wow these are awesome!! What app do you use?? And is it expensive? I have a paint app but isn’t very good. Then again I’m not very good at drawing so maybe the app is just fine and I’m the problem! Xx

    • I like to use procreate. I think its the quickest and easiest to navigate around when you get really into what your drawing. and it’s pretty inexpensive, too, which is always a plus :) thanks for stopping by!

  4. Good stuff. Makes want to buy an iPad, but then I realize that I’m a Texas sharpshooter when it comes to drawing. I can’t declare what I’m drawing before it’s done—I draw that bad! Congrats on getting Freshly Pressed.

  5. You are so talented! And the best part is that your artwork give off a sense of peace and happiness..Please, keep up the good work..The world needs heart like yours:)

    • Thanks! There are TONS of art apps out there, but i liked Procreate the best. And its pretty inexpensive, too. Have a nice weekend! :)

    • I couldn’t ever see myself drawing on the ipad before i tried it. to me, its like reading on a kindle or nook (which i’d never do.) But there are some apps out there that really draw like a pen and paper, although I’ll never truly give up traditional drawing.
      Thanks for stopping by, have a nice weekend!

  6. I love the coffee sketch and the spool of thread. I don’t have an iPad (yet) so I was wondering if there is a way to save your drawings. What do you do with them when you are done? I hope you can save them and that they aren’t lost forever!

    • Thank you! And yes, either you can email them to yourself of save them to the photos or documents folder. I don’t know what I’d do if i couldn’t save them! Thanks for stopping by!

  7. What app are you using for drawing? Right now I’m loving Paper. Unfortunately, my drawings don’t come out as nice as yours. But, that’s the artist’s fault and not the app’s.

  8. Wow! So cool! Your drawings (and my friend’s drawings on her iPad when we play Draw Something) make me want to buy an iPad just for drawing and coloring. Who cares what else it can do?!

  9. Beautiful drawings! Does the i-Pand have a pencil you can hold in your hand rather than using the mouse? It must be convenient not to have to scan everything in.

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