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And for me I love the brush selection in Procreate. With some I can create interesting textures very quickly.
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I tried Tayasui's Isketch, and I think it's my favorite so far. The watercolors are very realistic, graphic pencil is great. I like that I can mix colors even if RGB color doesn't mix like real paint. This is not finished, While I was going for an unfinished edge, I think I need to put more darks in the rocks and such but it definitely shows the program's natural feel.
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I tried Tayasui's Isketch, and I think it's my favorite so far. The watercolors are very realistic, graphic pencil is great. I like that I can mix colors even if RGB color doesn't mix like real paint. This is not finished, While I was going for an unfinished edge, I think I need to put more darks in the rocks and such but it definitely shows the program's natural feel.

That is lovely!

I did try Adobe Sketch again, but the palette-handling is so strange that I just gave up. Tayasui is much more sensible...and I really like that the Apple Pencil acts realistically when you tilt the graphite pencil.
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So after posting this, I was really unhappy with it, so I decided to work on it. Much happier, just wondering if I should make the foreground more green.... seems to me that the underwater rocks would appear more green. Also, it seems like Isketch only exports as a png.... Or am I missing something? I took it to Procreate and then saved as a jpg, then airdropped to my computer.
I'm finding that things look different on my computer. Probably just the larger screen.
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I think you should leave the gorgeous foreground as-is, because the way you have the colors forces the eye to trace a path.

I have Tayasui Pro, not iSketch. My version exports jpegs.
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Procreate (so many great tutorials, check out Austin Batchelor courses on Udemy), Clip studio Paint for iPad (it is a mirror of the Mac and Windows version, files go back and forth) go to https://graphixly.com/blogs/webinars and check out the webinars.
Another an interesting one is https://www.paintstormstudio.com/index.html Mac, Win and iPad I haven't gotten to use it other then firing it up.
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