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Welcome to my corner of the internet!
I’m Blake, BlakeK173 here and also pretty much everywhere else online. I might not post all to often but I’m on almost every day.
-G+ veteran (like everyone else here let’s be honest)
-Digital artist (I use autodesk sketchbook)
-I make short films and post them on YouTube.
-Roleplayer, though in the dice form, I don’t do much online roleplaying anymore.
Nice to meet you! I recommend ibis paint as a good digital art program, it has pretty much everything you want, it's on mobile, and it's free! Well, it does have a paid version, but it's one of those rare cases where you can actually get everything you need without having to pay. As someone who draws with my finger on a tiny phone screen because i can't find a good app on computer and I don't know how to use the drawing tablet I got for Christmas years ago, I highly recommend.
Thanks for the tip! I’ll check it out. I’ve been using stuff like YouDoodle and Sketchbook on mobile for awhile but I’ve never really enjoyed drawing with my fingers compared to the tactile feeling of a pencil so one of these days I’ll probably end up getting some computer software
Krita is a good free computer software. All you need is a drawing tablet and you could probably produce a drawing as good as one on paper. You can use a mouse as well.
I use it on Ubuntu Studio and since I don't have a drawing tablet, I remotely control the mouse on KDE Connect to use my fingers and it comes out halfway decent. I mainly use pencil and paper as well, but I'm still waiting to get a cheap drawing tablet so I can start making digital art.
Krita comes preinstalled on Ubuntu Studio, which comes with tools for doing lots of things that involve creativity. I use it for recording and mixing music, drawing, and writing my novel. However, anything linux requires a lot of technical experience so only get ubuntu studio if you're willing to remove windows 10 and you know what you're getting into.