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 […]
Inspired by Jorge Colombo’s cover of the June 1, 2009 issue of The New Yorker, I did a quick sketch in my living room using the Brushes app on my iPhone. Although it’s far from cover-worthy, it is fun to play with and a great tool for forcing looseness into your sketching.
Ok, these aren’t really coming in order, but I thought I’d post my favorite recent sketch next. This is a morning sketch of my office after a night on the sofa. Still just getting back into the groove of sketching with a rollerball in a sketchbook. It’s been so long. Sketch is done with a […]
Ok, so all the cool kids are posting their sketchbook pages these days, so I thought I would too. I’ve been trying to sketch more regularly to get out of my keyboard and mouse mentality, and although the results have been mixed, I thought I’d start to post them when they go well. Here’s the […]
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 […]