Done using sketchbook pro using my fingers-here I'm just blocking out colors and features

Now adding some values and colors using the airbrush tool which gives me color grads I can sample later

Adding more color and defining structure playing between line drawing and painting

Between literal and impressionistic; I like seeing strokes of paint. App replicates that aspect of painting well

Now I'm tightening up details zooming in around the eyes using a brush tool and sampling existing colors

Defining values more esp around neck and nose. Eyes are incongruous need to fix

Luckily they have a smudge smear tool that works like liquify in photoshop. Added blue underlighting, tiara effects

Adding hair as framing device makes all the difference. Chin still has value issues. Got to push the neck bk more.

Running out on my hour self-imposed time limit. Quick background done in to frame composition and use light to draw eyes attn

Finished piece. Took 80 mins. Added blue bk into neck, eyes fixed but still a bit off. Always tough drawing symmetrically. Added waves to hair.

Is iPad a Content Creation Device? JIM LEE Shows it Is!

Date: 07 April 2010 Time: 05:20 PM ET
DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee put on a clinic via twitter today, showing how to make Wonder Woman on the iPad using Sketchbook Pro, an app made specifically for Apple's new device, and nothing but his fingers as an input device.

The "class" was put on via his Twitter account, found here, and the comments included are all taken from the tweets.

Take it away, Jim!

"Getting my hair cut and sending a Wonder Woman sketch in stages done on my iPad"
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