I do these kinds of digital art:
- Digital Products with my illustrations such as coloring pages, paper dolls, guided journals, etc.
- Graphic design for digital products such as digital planners for iPad etc.
- Adoptables and designs for adoptables
- Graphics for TTRPGs such as maps, assets, and such
- Clip art and graphics
- TTRPGs (Games) with my art. Read more on the "Games" page.
Trixie and Truls
Trixie is a 16-ish something girl living in her uncle's old manor with her best (though very grumpy!) friend; a black, talking cat named Truls.
One day a strange little girl fell from the sky and nobody seemed to know where she's come from. Now they all have to cope with this mess (she's quite literally a jumping tornado) and uncover her past.
We're also introduced to Trixie and Truls other friends who seem to appear out of nowhere when it doesn't even suit the situation.
The Avoranic System
The Avoranic System is a kind of autobiographic comic about one DID system that belongs to a woman named Trix. DID is short for Dissociative Identity Disorder, and our collective of alters (a.k.a most the characters of this comic, but not all) is called a system and this system is called Avoranic. The comic features both a slice of life and some made-up stories just from my head. Enjoy, I guess…
Behind the scenes: info + thoughts
Some information about how I create my comics from a more technical perspective:
- I use an iPad Air 4th generation with the 2nd generation Apple Pencil.
- I solely use the app ”Procreate” to draw my comics, but I use other apps for additional adjustments such as Affinity Designer, Canva and Photoshop CC.
Friendly reminder: I honestly don’t think you’ll need an iPad Pro or even an iPad Air to create comics, webtoons, or digital art in any other form since the standard iPad is compatible with the 1st generation Apple Pencil and that is good enough and I used that for a long time and I’m not planning on upgrading my tools right now either.
You don’t even need an iPad Pro for professional art (if you don’t want to, of course) and there’s no need to buy the most expensive tablet, even as a professional artist! You might want to upgrade later, but there is no need for that either because it all comes back to talent… Which many people seem to forget in today’s day and age.