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In SketchBook Pro 2010 Essential Training, David Lee shows how to use SketchBook Pro's powerful tools and unique marking menu interface to make digital drawing and painting a natural experience. This course covers setting application preferences, selecting brushes, picking colors, choosing the right drawing tools for each project, and working with pen tablet and pen display devices. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi! I am David Lee. Welcome to SketchBook Pro 2010 Essential Training. In this course, I'll show you how to use SketchBook Pro's powerful tools and unique marking menu interface to make drawing and painting digitally a natural experience. The goal of the course is to familiarize yourself with the basic skills needed to sketch digitally and share best practices and techniques from the design community. I'll demonstrate how to properly set application preferences, introduce the user interface lagoon, select brushes and drawing tools, and pick colors. I'll show you how to hold and use a grip pen and work both pen tablet and pen display devices.
In addition, I'll demonstrate how to create illustrations using layers and how to refine and save your work. Whether you are an accomplished illustrator or graphics professional, SketchBook Pro is a powerful drawing tool that will allow you to create drawings in a digital friendly environment. So if you are ready, let's get started with SketchBook Pro 2010 Essential Training.
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