Colour Schemes

I create colour schemes for many reasons.
Painter Mobile is a great way to test a combo on a line drawing.
Still needs work.

Design on the Go

Kindle comp

Ideas rarely come to me when I am sitting in front of my laptop or desktop. The iPad and the android tablets are easier to take with me everywhere.
This morning, I tested sharing between two Adobe iPad apps. I did the quick line drawing with Adobe Sketch and sent it to the cloud.

In Adobe Comp I created a new format for a Kindle HD. I used one of the fonts I licensed from Typekit and the drawing from the cloud. When done, I could send the project to Illustrator, Indesign or Photoshop on my laptop.

Now I can really design on the go.

Tweaking

Tweaked custom brushes

I created a new brush with the #Procreate app on my iPad, exported the file as psd. In #Photoshop I hid the background and selected the dab. Then Edit>Define Brush Preset and gave it a name.
With a new file, I tested the brush and modified it a bit more. With the Free Transform tool I can tweak the dabs if needed.
Now I don’t have to search for the right brush.

Colour Codes

Colour palette

On FaceBook, I shared a link to an interesting article on colours. To read the article, just click the FaceBook button in the Follow Us! section.
I tried the hex number shuffle with my favourite colour and created the palette above, might use it for a drawing. There is also a bit about typography. Well worth reading.