Heyy thank you! I really appreciate it. :D
I really don’t know what tips I could give you, for your question is sort of vague, but I’d say keep practicing? I use a Wacom Bamboo tablet and Adobe Photoshop CS3 to draw and paint digitally, and it took me quite some time to get used to the tablet.
What I did is that I would look up other artists, and if they had a video where they would show their process, I would watch it. And I realized there is no “right” way to paint digitally (even traditionally). For example, some use tons of layers and use each layer for every different value/color, but some would just paint everything on the same layer. So you should try everything out to find the way that suits you (and your style) best.
I hope that helped! :) And good luck on your pursuit of digital art!
Right eye - no reference (Taken with Instagram)
My version of Merida - my current favorite Disney Princess <3 (Taken with Instagram)
Look what I got today :3 🎨 (Taken with Instagram at Kathy’s Home)
Hmm afternoon doodle - it’s been a while since I last drew anything… Need to get practicing again. 🍵 (Taken with Instagram)
Sunset from my window. No edit. 💛 (Taken with Instagram at Kathy’s Home)
My chestpiece is finally finished! 7 hours ish in total. Painful as hell, but totally worth it. (Taken with Instagram)