You know how cooking shows always seem to have a perfect version of the final cooked dish waiting in the oven? Artists need them sometimes too. This is my “pie in the oven” for an Autodesk Sketchbook Pro demonstration that I’m giving tomorrow at the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam. Even though I’ll be doing a real-time […]
So last year I dropped the ball on my Christmas card. It was the first time in years that I didn’t produce something worthy of public consumption and it’s been buggin me ever since. This year will be different. I’ve started early and I’m feeling good about it. Already have the setting and the car […]
I’ve been playing with it for months on my iPhone, but now it’s gone public – Autodesk’s Sketchbook Mobile is coming to the app store. A fantastic addition to the digital designer’s workflow, this is the drawing app you’ve been waiting for if you’re a professional designer or digital artist. Check out Carl Alviani’s article […]
Autodesk sent out a press release yesterday about all the love it’s getting in the Mac community, and guess what? They quoted me. As “a creator of iconic technical illustrations” Nice. Thanks Autodesk.
I’ve been a beta-testing Autodesk’s Sketchbook Pro for years now (since version 2), so I’m really excited to see the new version (2010) is getting released soon. Sketchbook is a lightweight, fast, digital sketching software that I use every day in my workflow. If you’ve never tried it, you owe it to yourself to download […]
I recently created this vector illustration of a Porsche 356 split-windscreen “pre-A” for Klasse 356, a parts supplier for owners of these lovely cars.