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1. Harts Pass No. 307

I usually ink my comics on paper and then color them in Photoshop with the wacom. In order to keep a lighter load for the International Literacy Association conference in Boston last weekend I left the computer at home and did this week's strip on an iPad Pro with the Procreate app -- and I'm pretty pleased with the result! Not only that, but that app records the entire process so you can basically watch me brainstorm :) NOT a pretty process, so don't expect a video link every week!

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2. iPad Warm-up Painting

This is my cat, Flubby.  He doesn't move for days at a time.  That is, unless, I'm trying to paint him.

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3. Painting on the iPad

This morning's warm up on the iPad.

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4. Painting on the iPad

Today's warm-up done with #procreateapp on the iPad. The view out my window, snow and all! I'm not too smooth painting with the iPad yet, but I hope I'll get used to it eventually.

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5. Illustration Friday Identical Illustration

<!--[if gte mso 9]> <![endif]--> This week I am running late with my theme painting. This time I sketched it initially in my sketchbook and painted it in Procreate. The where a few peas in the pod but I put my slant on it. My son says I should have written "Oh look Harold's being eaten!" Monty Python <!--[if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 false false false

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6. Catwoman

I felt a bit under the weather yesterday so I took some time off and ended up reading a big pile of Batman comics. And I did this sketch of Catwoman on my iPad using the Procreate app. Catwoman can be a visually really interesting character. It'd be really fun to do a comic set in the Batman universe some day. My favorite Batman comics are the ones that have Batman as a sort of super detective and that really use the geography of Gotham. I find the city in Batman comics a bit underused. So much potential there. 

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