Welp, changing from paper to digital is going to be fun. Anyway, while I am getting used to the new program, I am going to be making terrible art for you to laugh at! I call this one starry night. Laugh away, my viewers! And just enjoy some terrible art by me.
The most important thing for me was practice and getting used to the different tools and settings. In this particular piece, I would say the moon is a bit out of proportion, but you did a really great job on the stars.
I suggest starting with some reference pictures and drawing off those. That’s what I’ve done for a lot of my Pokémon art. You can also upload pictures onto the starting canvas, and you can use that to get a basic framework for a scratch and delete everything else. The layerings features are also useful, but I didn’t really figure them out until a few days ago, to be honest.
It’s actually pretty good! It takes some practice to get used to all the features on ibisPaintX, trust me. I am pretty sure I detect the Blur tool, and good use of it. It could’ve been used a bit more in one or two places, but otherwise pretty good!