字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey, my name is Elsa, I am a video editor, an artist and a nomad, living and working out of my 13ft Scamp trailer. I make money on the internet in various different ways including selling wood stickers on my website, creating YouTube videos of my art and travels, painting large scale mural art and custom small scale design work and all of these avenues are made easier with my apple tools. A couple months ago I caved and bought an iPad pro and apple pencil, THANK YOU so much to Collin Ryser for the hook up! and this thing has taken my work quite literally to the next level.. a DIGITAL LEVEL. In this video I'm going to show you my favorite apps for creativity, drawing and photo editing. Lets check it out! On the first screen I have all my tools and apps that require internet. I almost never use this screen of apps, because this iPad is used for the most part, without internet, which works well actually, as I never become sidetracked by social media when I'm on my iPad. To the right I have my creative screen of apps and I'll go into them one by one. Photo editing comes first. My most used tool thus far has been the Lightroom photo editing app. Lightroom's capabilities are definitely limited on the iPad vs. on my MacBook, but I do find it helpful to edit photos using my apple pencil, drawing on changes to coloring and lighting. The next photo editing app is affinity photo that was JUST sent to me this morning by my OG neighbor Randy (the one who made us that dank brownie a few videos ago) This app is apparently a front running competitor to photoshop and is for the iPad it recently winning Apple's prestigious design award and I can't wait to explore it. Thank you so much, Randy! The next app is Duet. I have it on both my iPad and computer and when connected with a charging cable, I can use my iPad as a dual monitor, which comes in handy when editing videos on my laptop. Next folder is video apps that I've never used before. Anything that requires video work, I do on my MacBook. If you use your mobile devices for video work, what apps do you use? And HERE are the most fun apps I use. We will start with Pigment, a coloring app. I have the free version and have to download my coloring sheets when I have internet but it gives a very life like look to all my colorings and has an awesome feature that allows me to color only one space at a time, so I don't have to go in and erase when you color outside of the lines. The next app is Concepts, recommended to me by my Dad. Thanks dad, love you, say hi to mom :) Concepts is a vector drawing program with all kinds of different writing tools. It allows me to draw freely and then save my images as a vector which can be stretched to ANY size. Only problem is I'm unable to manipulate individual keyframes like I would other vector programs but I've been using a different app for that kind of stuff that I'll show you a little later. Amaziograph is a fun little app for drawing mandalas and kaleidoscopes. I don't use it often, as it's a pretty basic app, but it's fun when I just want to doodle. Then I've got Zen Brush 2, another app gifted to me by a friend. Thank you Alec! It's a SUPER fun app that gives you a very realistic brush feel. It gives you two color options with a few different inka, which I love, as it requires me to create simply without all kinds of different choices. This app always reminds me of my fellow face painters, too. If you know how to use a round brush, you'll understand why. Lastly up here I have a skillshare app that I'm testing out for a while. I paid for a trial of Skillshare when I got my iPad to learn ProCreate and was contacted by them last week to see if I'd be interested in a sponsorship. f I find it useful, I'll come back and tell you guys about it and get you some discounted links to try it yourselves. Here below are my 3 current most used applications on my iPad. First is Procreate. I think everyone that has an iPad has this app. It allows me to draw with dozens of different brushes and I'm easily able to make my own brushes as well. I have been able to draw all kinds of things and different styles and it's definitely enhanced my artistic capabilities and confidence. At the moment, I think this is my favorite app. Next app is Vectornator that Randy ALSO turned me on to as he encourages me on the DAILY to get better at vector art. This App vs. the concepts vector app, allows me to adjust individual anchor points which gives me a lot more freedom when designing stuff. I like it a lot and am practicing with it every day. Lastly I have my books app. This is my most used app. I am reading Sapiens right now by Yuval Harari. I like this app and my apple pencil especially, because it lets me highlight more precisely than i would with my finger. We do not have space for books in the Scamp, so this is a nice alternative and I can have as many as I want. And that's about it. Hope this was informative and gave you some ideas for your own devices. If there's anything in this video you'd like me to touch on more, please let me know and I'll see you in the next video!