Apple Shows Off Artists Using iPad Pro To Create Posters For Apple TV+ Shows

Apple has shared new YouTube videos that manage to promote both the iPad Pro and a couple of Apple TV+ shows at the same time. Both “Dickinson” and “For All Mankind” were featured.

The new YouTube videos both feature artists as they use an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil to create digital art for the Apple TV+ shows.

The first shows Janice Sung, an illustrator and digital painter, as she makes a poster for Apple TV+ hit “Dickinson.” During the video she discusses some of the processes she uses to create her work while explaining as she builds an amazing poster.

The second video shows Justin and Paige from Phantom City Creative as they explain how they created two posters for the show “For All Mankind.” Both of the posters are absolutely awesome and are great examples of what can be done with an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil. And no small amount of skill and patience, of course.

Apple has shared similar videos in the past, highlighting how the company uses its own iPad Pros to create things. Apple is keen to push the iPad Pro as a creation tool as it continues to dispel the myth that it’s simply used for media consumption – something the iPad has struggled with ever since its original debut in 2010.

Be sure to check the two videos out for a great insight into how creatives can take an iPad Pro and put together something truly amazing.

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