Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Loose scribble drawing, part of Illustrator for Non-Illustrators.
- [Tutor] In this movie,…we're going to take this scribble shading technique…we covered in a previous movie,…and use it as our default style…to create a portrait drawing.…Now we're going to be scribbling here…and the tool of choice we're going to use…is going to be the Pencil tool over here.…Now the images you see in front of me…and I keep going back to Picasso…because he represented such a drastic shift…in art in his time,…and he was always adaptive of new ways…and new methods to execute his art in,…and these are some images that date back to the sixties…where it was a light pen that they had given him,…and he was just drawing with time-lapse photography…and you can see the subject matter he's drawing.…
Now the one on the left I'm not so sure…what he's drawing over here.…I kind of see a figure over here…but I'm not sure what this is.…This one it's a vase and you can see flowers…coming out of the top,…so very loose kind of scribbled drawing.…So he did it with light,…we're going to do it with the Wacom Tablet…and with Illustrator using the Pencil tool.…
- Creating drawing brushes
- Drawing with the Pencil tool and the Paint Brush tool
- Analyzing form
- Perspective basics
- Proportion and distortion
- Drawing methods
- Contour drawing
- Still life drawing
- Drawing doodles
- Inking and coloring a drawing
Skill Level Beginner
Illustrator: Using Wacom Tabletswith Kevin Stohlmeyer48m 28s Beginner
1. AI Drawing Tools
2. Drawing Fundamentals
3. Drawing Methods
4. Drawing Details
5. Digital Drawers
6. Drawing Challenge
Never stop drawing1m 24s
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