Digital Painting software + products
Adobe Photoshop - I use this software for digital painting on my computer
Wacom Intuos S - I use this drawing tablet to draw digitally in Photoshop. The small and light-weight design makes it easy to carry around.
Procreate - A digital painting software I use for my iPad
iPad 2017 - I use this tabled to draw with Procreate. [NOTE: This tablet is not compatible with the Apple Pencil]
Improving my digital art
Creative Market - I use Creative Market to buy new Photoshop Brushes for improving my digital art
Skillshare - Skillshare is an online teaching platform where you can almost learn every skill you want. I use Skillshare to take digital painting classes. Use the link to get a 60-day trial.
Photoshop coloring course - I have hosted my own course on Skillshare: How to color your artwork like a pro in Adobe Photoshop. Here, I will walk you through every step to improve your coloring skills with Photoshop. Use the link above to get a 60-day trial.
Making money with my art
Printful - I use Printful to produce, package and ship my merch. I sell my digital art on prints, mugs, pillows, etc., and I couldn’t do it without Printful.
Printful course on Skillshare - Yep, that’s right. If you find Printful a bit overwhelming; I have an in depth walk through on Skillshare; How to sell your own artwork on Products at zero cost with Printful. Use the link above to get a 60-day trial.
Blogging + Marketing
Squarespace - For my website. Since Squarespace is so simple, I actually don't need more tools for building this website.
Convertkit - Convertkit is the platform I use for my email list, and for automating my email campaigns.
Camtasia - For recording + editing my digital painting videos.
Tailwind - I use Tailwind to schedule and automate my Pinterest pins.