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Digital drawing is made easier with SketchBook Pro, whether you're an illustrator a CAD designer involved in manufacturing. In this course, Veejay Gahir shares reference images and techniques he's developed over years as a professional product and automotive designer. He'll walk you through SketchBook's basics—the interface, preferences, brushes, Lagoon tools, and export options—so you can get started sketching quickly. He'll also introduce alternative workflows to achieve the same results, which may better suit your style of working. Your final sketches can then be used downstream in other CAD programs or simply saved and shared. And don't miss the four drawing tutorials to see Veejay sketching in action!
Hello, I'm Veejay Gahir and welcome to SketchBook Pro 7: Essential Training. The goal of this course is to show you how to quickly get oriented to SketchBook Pro so that you can create exciting digital sketches and renderings. We'll be using reference images that I've created in SketchBook Pro and cover some of the techniques that I've used during my workflow. We'll start by looking at the basic layout of the interface. And then move on to understanding the commands and advanced features within Sketchbook Pro.
Next I'll show you how to utilize features like flood fill and lock transparency to add highlights, and compelling detail, to various automotive and consumer products. We'll also discuss alternative workflows that can be used to achieve the same result. Finally we'll export the sketch into various formats, so they can be used downstream in other CAD applications, or simply saved as a detailed rendering. The new release of SketchBook Pro has many unique features that enable experienced professionals, and newcomers to create high quality sketches, quickly and easily for multiple uses.
We'll be covering all these topics plus many of the tools and techniques. So, let's get started in SketchBook Pro 7 Essential Training.
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