iPAD 10.2" - GOOD ENOUGH FOR DIGITAL ART?

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Is the CHEAPEST Ipad good enough for digital art? Let’s Find out! Make sure to check out PaperLike for your matte screen protector!
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42 replies
  1. Artelier MK
    Artelier MK says:

    I was planning on buying the Ipadpro 2018 11 one(and I'm broke😂)…but seeing the reviews and the comments I guess I'll just save for this one😍 this will be good enough for my drawings!!!
    Having a tablet is really convenient for drawing and this is enough for me who is struggling financially to buy the Ipad pro..I mean it would take me a year of savings😂

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  2. Milla
    Milla says:

    I'm working on an ipad 7 and I've been having problems with my line art, it gets very pixelated even though I don't zoom in. I thought this may have something to do with my ipad but I'm not so sure since all the reviews I've seen don't mention any problems with the resolution of the ipad 7 vs the ipad pro. i would appreciate some advice on this matter and what is causing it as well as what I can do to fix it.

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  3. David Beier
    David Beier says:

    I love my 7th gen iPad. I'm used to drawing on a 13 inch Cintiq-style graphics tablet but I haven't had any issues using the 10.2 iPad. You are correct that the screen is a bit more slippery than the iPad Pros but this is easily remedied with a matte screen protector. I know so many people who have pros who still use Matte or Paper-like screen protectors so the surface of the pro and budget because the same. Everything else works great. I was concerned that the non-laminate screen would bother me (since my graphics tablet is a bonded display) but it's not an issue at all. I don't notice any parallax and, when drawing, the mark always appears right under where the pen touched. I think this iPad is great for people just starting digital art and, once you have a screen protector, the drawing experience is just as good as the smaller iPad Pros.

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  4. Jade Valer
    Jade Valer says:

    Nice video! I just posted my workflow on how i use just only my ipad for commissioned graphic design. It’s actually cheaper and mobile. You guys can start too with what you have. It’s all about your creative process

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  5. Pearl the rebel
    Pearl the rebel says:

    I can’t wait to get this in 3 months!!! I hope I can get an Apple Pencil eventually. Most people aren’t gonna have the problems you had. All the other iPads would have that problem, not just this one. You can also turn Siri off and out the screen protector on there. Most of us don’t have huge hands either

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  6. NoRights
    NoRights says:

    I got an iPad Pro that size a while back thinking it'd be good for travel. My hands are more towards the smaller side but I still find it uncomfortable to draw on. I have a glass screen protector on mine instead of matte so that probably doesn't help. Plus I'm used to a 21UX cintiq in my office :p

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  7. Iris Bons
    Iris Bons says:

    This video came by in a playlist, but I really needed to watch it because of your voice. You should do something with that! It sounds really peacefully!

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  8. The Lovely Val C
    The Lovely Val C says:

    OMG I love this video so much thank you so so much for this review! I am new to graphic design I've always loved drawing but I'm trying to get into the ring and more with procreate because illustrator was not as user-friendly for me. That being said I'm trying to invest in and iPad and the iPad 7th generation might be the best starter for me and then later down the road is my business growth I think I will invest in the iPad Pro since you have so clearly listed out the differences for us. thank you so much. P.s. I love your voice! Amazing God bless and thank you

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  9. Madison Ng
    Madison Ng says:

    i wanted to get an ipad pro but its too expensive and i think ill stick to just getting a normal ipad. i was kinda wary that it might not be good when you said that the glossy surface was gonna be difficult for digital artists but i got used to a bamboo tablet i think ill be fine

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