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In this video I will expose techniques for maximizing your use of sketchbook Pro for drawing and designing concept art and illustration of a cyborg heavy warrior. There are also a few moments when I stopped the video to further explain in detail, step by step processes for colorizing your line art, and value sketches. Also I wanted to show you how to make color adjustments and manage your layers. This might be very advanced, but I've tried to include several tips that will help you to leap forward with Sketchbook Pro.
Tutorials, Templates, Brushes: http://www.gumroad.com/trentk Sketchbook Pro: http://www.SketchbookPro.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/trentkaniuga Artstation: https://trentkaniuga.artstation.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/trent.kaniuga Drawing a teenage mutant ninja turtle for the first time in 20 years with some freeaaaakin paasssshion maaaang. I wanted to share a few tips on how I get that messy oily look and accept happy accidents. Stop trying to control everything man. Just let it go!
Gumroad- www.gumroad.com/trentk Here's a sci fi character design done entirely in Sketchbook Pro drawn by Trent Kaniuga. Click the links above if you want to find out more about either.
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Wanted to try a sketch to render in one sitting. I mention I really didn't have a design direction for this sketch, just knew I wanted to make some sort of mid-engine sports/super car. So naturally I needed to add as many vents as possible! Mostly used Autodesk Sketchbook Pro for this one, with a little Photoshop lighting at the end. Hope you enjoy and like the result! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music is from bsd.u - Late Night Bumps 1,2, and 4 https://bsdu.bandcamp.com/
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