Over the course of testing out the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, Brittany Morgan can easily say that it’s not the iPad Pro that has transformed digital art… it’s the Apple Pencil. The highly responsive tool bends the rules of physical and virtual drawing aspects and mends them together. Artists and designers are able to create through all the physical attributes the pencil has to offer and virtually save and adjust work. The pencil, when combined with apps such as Procreate, allows for visible thinking and documentation of the process behind the art. Digital drawing is becoming more and more accessible to our young learners and we want to expose them to as many different experiences and learning techniques as possible while documenting their learning.
Below is what can be done: