In this post, I demonstrate the technique that I use to create a grid in the Android version of Sketchbook Pro to create my initial sketches.
Segment drawing is great way to allow creative freedom for developing your skills and techniques! This blog post contains my opinion on the best ways to use this technique to develop your skills as an artist.
I have made the tools I use in Sketchbook Pro available for a free Download. These tools were built to closely resemble traditional pencil drawing!
Right now I am going through a bit of a “graphite” drawing kick. All of my drawings have been done using variants in Sketchbook Pro that resemble traditional tools such as Pencils, Blending Stumps, Erasers, Charcoal, or Chalk. So for my post today, I am going to walk you through the steps I take to mimic traditional drawing.
Check out my thoughts on the Staedtler Noris Digital Pencil- my replacement for the tiny S pen!
Hey guys! In today’s post, I have my first ever speed drawing video! I do apologize in advance. I rotate the canvas a lot while I am drawing, and when sped up, it is a little disorienting. I will make sure to rotate the tablet, not the canvas for future videos! I still wanted to…… Continue reading Drawing a River Rock Scene
Since the release of the latest version of Sketchbook Pro on mobile devices, this app has quickly become my go to digital art station! Today, I thought I would show you the basics of Sketchbook Pro 4.0 for Android to get you started! In the main User Interface, everything is placed in compact menus that…… Continue reading Getting to know Sketchbook Pro Android