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.

Adobe Apps

Teapot vector drawing

I’ve been doodling with iPad apps trying to find a way of creating new line work.

With Adobe Shape I created a contour of one of my teapots. Saved it to my library and then opened it in Adobe Draw. This gives me a basic shape I can send to Photoshop or Illustrator.

My Adonit stylus doesn’t work well with these apps, but the Sensu stylus works very well.