Have tried the free Pen & Ink app several times and I find its user interface is very clunky. Perhaps more time spent with the app might change my mind but for now it will be deleted from my iPad.
Drawn in Inspire Pro several years ago. Again checking the app’s format and capabilities. May keep it for a while.
Very quick drawing in Paper by 53 app on iPad Pro with the Apple Pencil.
A mash-up of two old drawings. The tree was started in the Colored Pencil App about a year ago. It sat idle for much too long. Returning to the tree I found it was difficult to match colors in the app so I transferred it to the Procreate app to finish. A single sheep was begun in Procreate about the same time as I started the tree. Several days ago I thought it was time to finish the two pieces. I added roots and limbs to the tree and played around with transforming the sheep to get a few different profiles and looks. Now what? Throw them together in Procreate and see what happens. You see the result.
I happily learned a lot about Procreate and sadly found deficiencies in Colored Pencil I feel I cannot overcome. I will be deleting it from my too large collection of iPad art apps.
Since 2010 I have collected many drawing/art apps (probably too many) for use on the three different iPads I have purchased. I have used pears as a common subject to compare the various apps. Why? I find the pear interesting and fairly easy to draw quickly. Each app has its advantages and disadvantages. I am not comparing the apps here just presenting my sketches.
Over this period I have used the Pencil by 53, the original Sensu stylus, various inexpensive styli and now the Apple Pencil. I am searching for old sketches and still trying out other drawing apps. Hopefully I will post another orchard or individual sketches.