This week we look at a tool that can help shape things up in your drawings, as well as a line smoothing tool that can keep things pretty. So for those of you without steady hands, this tutorial might just help.
Let me be honest with you. I’m horrible at drawing straight lines. Really, truly horrible. And so straight edges, like rulers and French curves, save my life on a daily basis. The problem is that you can’t find a lot of those in digital drawing and painting apps. It’s just not a priority. Until Sketchbook came along.
This week we take a look at a couple of tools that can help you manipulate your image into exactly what you want. All you need is a tablet, stylus, and extremely smooth talking!
What happens when you want to only work on one section of an art piece. Well, you use the selection tool. Yep, that old fashioned tool that lets you focus on what you want to focus on!
This week we move into the tools of the trade in Autodesk’s Sketchbook Pro. Sketchbook Pro tends to feel more digital than natural, but in the end the art created with it comes across as professional and clean.
We begin a new journey this week, taking a look at Sketchbook Pro for the Desktop. From the same creators of Autocad comes a drawing program that is perfect for those of us in theatrical design. Can you say “perspective?”