Dribbble, Instagram, Instamatic, Stockpiler, Sketchfab, Zazzle, Pinterest, Medium, and more. Just make sure you are using Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
2. How can I see what the other person likes?
You can see the likes you’ve received by clicking ‘View profile.’
3. How do I post something, even if I don’t know someone’s password?
The simplest and safest way to post is via the comment box beneath an image. You can also post something to your own profile.
4. I just learned about one new drawing app, but when I try it out, the interface has a lot of elements that aren’t very appealing for my own taste. Is there a free app for me?
The answer is likely no. But there’s one free app for drawing that’s free, not paid, and that’s Zazzle. It’s a great app on mobile.
5. Is it true that when you’re out of the water, the tide rises for drawing?
There’s a lot of hype about this idea, but it doesn’t make any sense. The tidal action of tides, like a wave, affects how the water moves. Drawing a wave is more difficult than drawing a wave for a reason. We can’t know for sure, but it does seem to happen.
The tide-like effects will disappear over time. They’re a natural part of what a tide is.
You will feel this the more you draw. It will be the most natural thing you will draw in your life.
6. How do I find good free tutorials and videos?
Some free tutorials are better than others. When I first started this journey, a lot of the tutorials were for paid apps. You had to pay for them, which made them less valuable. I started to discover free resources online. I searched for them, and discovered a lot more.
7. Is it true that there’s a new app that lets you share with your friends?
No, that’s not accurate at all. There’s a new, free app now called ‘Share’. It’s a way to connect with your peers in the drawing world. But you only need to signup once to see everyone’s profiles and see what’s on.
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