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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Tutorial for Autodesk Sketchbook Pro 2009 part 2: Inking

Moving on to the inking phase. part 2 of 3. You can watch part one here That is all!

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14 Responses to “Tutorial for Autodesk Sketchbook Pro 2009 part 2: Inking”
  1. furmanbilton says:

    @jallan01 thank you..however since i lost my wacom pen (still have the tablet..just no pen) and i looked back and thought “geez these videos kind of sucked” i probally wont be making another. But, your comment meant alot to me..and for that i am thankful

  2. furmanbilton says:

    @amruamruoo7 wow…i cant win for losing it seems…one video i put music…people bitch “oh this explains nothing!!” I try and attempt to explain things and people like yourself bitch “cant you shut up and add music”. Makes me glad i abandoned this concept back in december 2008. Flame on my angry friend…flame on.

  3. amruamruoo7 says:

    cant u shut up n add music to this video…

  4. spadez1989 says:


  5. jallan01 says:

    I like the video. I bought the app and I buy into making and learning my own art. Keep building videos of the process

  6. imhooks says:

    why dont you give drawing on youtube a shot, so we can see how well you do.

  7. Corblex says:

    its design for product and car designers

  8. smileTCsmile says:

    photoshopis for you to edit an image and sketchbook pro is for creating, drawing… different tools buddy..

  9. markjohnsonii says:

    This video is equally as bad as his first… I only wanted to see the second part to see if things improved (and they didn’t).

    Even if you are going for that sloppy new-age cartoon look, you failed miserably. Nice bicep depiction btw. <----again, joking.

  10. CrazyBananaWorx says:

    cool vid.

  11. Anomaly112 says:

    It targets stylus usage, and it shows: all manner of shortcuts can be accessed by puhsing a button on the side of the stylus and dragging in a direction, among other motion-related commands. The interface also encourages swift stylus motions to palettes that largely stay out of your way. Photoshop feels like a multipurpose tools where one chains them together to accomplish something; Sketchbook Pro targets sketchers and painters and feels like a drawing pad where the only focus is the stylus.

  12. zerorocky says:

    what program did you use to capture this

  13. lonedrumer says:

    One thing I like better is that it seems to be faster and won’t slow down when you have a thick brush. I also love the pencil in Sketchbook. It is very realistic and dynamic. The Airbrush is perfect and the whole program is easy to use and simple.

  14. undivided809 says:

    i already have photoshop cs3.. how is sketchbook pro better than photoshop aside from price?

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