Digital Drawing Resources #5?!

Hello everyone!,
  Are you looking to draw/paint digitally while you're away from your home? Are you on a tight budget? Are you looking for similar digital tablet quality to that of Wacom's Cintiq Companion 2 or Mobile Studio Pro? No worries, there is an alternative!
   If you are looking for a tablet which will give you immediate results, without having to worry about installing large-scale programs, then you may want to consider Apple's iPad Pro. Depending on the size you are looking for (both in screen size and the device's internal storage) will give you a better idea on both your budget and digital drawing/painting needs. Currently, there are two models available: the 9.7 inch, and the the 12.9 inch. Both models offer 64, 128, and 256 GB internal storage options; however, as you may have guessed, there is a difference in price between the screen sizes as well as internal storage-the larger the screen size (and the larger the internal storage), the more money the iPad Pro will cost. For instance, if you want the highest 9.7 inch iPad Pro quality, it will cost $799, while the highest end model for the 12.9 inch will cost $999 (both on wi-fi option only).
  While the iPad Pro will not be able to run power-house programs such as Adobe Photoshop CC or Corel Painter 2017,  there are alternatives apps available on Apple's App Store. For instance, if you are looking to digitally paint/draw on a level similar to that of Photoshop or Painter, you may want to check out Procreate!, Want to make your iPad Pro into another Cintiq? No problem! Apps such as Duet Pro and AstroPad will take your iPad Pro and make them into a second monitor (with pen pressure) for your desktop/laptop (more on the apps in a later blog post!)!
   Don't forget that you will need an Apple Pencil to take advantage of iPad Pro's pressure sensitivity. For $99, the Apple Pencil comes with the Apple Pencil, and an extra Pencil tip (just in case you lose the first tip or if the tip wears down).
  If you want to digitally draw on-the-go, but you want to save money (or if you are on a tight budget), you may want to consider looking into an iPad Pro. Below are the links to both the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave a comment below, or you can always e-mail me. I hope you enjoyed this post! Thank you!:

-iPad Pro model comparison chart and prices-

-Apple Pencil-

-Vince V.


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