James Paick is the founder and Creative Director at Scribble Pad Studios with over 15 years of design experience. His clients range from Riot Games, Naughty Dog, EA, Sony, Respawn, Epic Games, Activision, NCSoft, Crystal Dynamics, Magic the Gathering and many many more. James also heads up Brainstorm School in partnership with John J Park.
James has been prolific recently with a WW2-inspired collection of scenes, characters and vehicles. He recently took the Mischief challenge to explore its features as he sketched a modern-era tank using Made with Mischief’s Mischief drawing app.
James has provided his native Mischief file (Paick_tank_demo.art) to explore. You can open the Mischief file in the free version of Mischief as well as the trial and full versions. If you’re using the trial or free versions, the layers in the file will be flattened when you open it, but if you have the full version of Mischief it will automatically open the file as the full layered version.
Get the new Mischief 2.1.1
A free version of Mischief 2.1.1 with six tools (3 brushes and 3 erasers), a basic palette of colors and infinite canvas is available for download.
The full version of Mischief 2.1.1 (US$25) delivers the full drawing experience including preset brushes and erasers, a full color palette with custom swatches, layers, and the ability to export PSD files.
A 15-day Mischief trial gives you all the full version features for the trial period.