Category Archives: Tutorials

Illustration Walk-Through by Paul Shipper

Administrator/ November 15, 2016/ Tutorials

00Kyro + Bomber Character Illustration The following is an interview of Paul Shipper. Click here to see more sketches on Paul Shipper’s blog I was hired to create two characters and a logo for DJ Duo, Kyro + Bomber in Australia. They had some specific criteria, Egyptian themes and a Stargate influence with the characters resembling Anubis and Horus – how could I pass that up!? After the initial sketches were approved, it was time to

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Video on linework & painting by Calum Watt

Administrator/ November 11, 2016/ Tutorials

00Created with SketchBook Pro Desktop Calum Alexander Watt is a freelance storyboard artist, concept artist, and illustrator working in the entertainment industry. He has concepted for Disney, Framestore, Sega, and DC Entertainment. He lives and works in the UK, somewhere near the sea. Special thanks to Calum Watt for providing us with this incredible spread of his artwork, YouTube videos (including an amazing tutorial at the end of this post) and for sharing one of

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Tutorials by Shaun Mullen

Administrator/ November 11, 2016/ Tutorials

00 Shaun Mullen resides in a coastal town in the UK. He works on a British Defense contract as a senior electrical commissioning engineer. In his spare time, he enjoys creating art… not just any art, but rich worlds with tremendous depth and detail. It is our pleasure at SketchBook to share not only a little about Shaun, but also two incredible tutorials. They provide deeper insight on his techniques and process. Click the images below for

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Visiting The Ruin City – ASUKA111

Administrator/ November 11, 2016/ Tutorials

00 Patipat Asavasena, aka ASUKA111, is a freelance artist, based in Thailand. He graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering from Kasetsart University, but turned down an opportunity to work in the engineering sector after realizing he wanted to pursue a different direction. Instead, he joined VIRUS Studio in 2006 as a concept artist, starting his career as an artist. Drawing makes me feel immerse concentration. I really enjoy it because I can see the

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Printing tips by Susan Murtaugh

Administrator/ November 11, 2016/ Tutorials

10Many people have questions about printing, especially when working with Mobile apps that produce relatively smaller canvas sizes. Susan Murtaugh has curated and hung at multiple exhibits. She has gained a lot of experience in this area. In this post, Susan shares some of her tips and tricks with respect to printing. It all started with a painting I made in SketchBook Mobile on my iPod Touch back in 2009. The landscape

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Hot tutorial by Susan Murtaugh

Administrator/ November 11, 2016/ Tutorials

00 Click here to download the PDF of Susan Murtaugh’s SketchBook for iPad tutorial, “Hot”. Susan Murtaugh – My favorite all around spice is cayenne pepper, the one in the jar. I love the heat, you can use just a tiny shake or mix it with other things to spice things up. I also love the Sriracha, it’s thick and shinny red/orange but it’s loaded with sodium which I’m trying to avoid eating too

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How to draw clothes by Lora Innes

Administrator/ November 9, 2016/ Tutorials

10 Have you wanted to learn how to draw cloth and clothing? If so, this SketchBook is the tutorial for you! If you are interested in drawing clothes, be it for fashion design or comic books, we think you will find this tutorial immensely useful! In this video tutorial, Paper Wings co-host Lora Innes demonstrates how to draw clothes believably with SketchBook Pro. She will cover the following points: Drawing techniques for representing fabric of various age,

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SketchBook basics by Eric Bansen of iGetIT

Administrator/ November 9, 2016/ Tutorials

11This article, written by Eric Bansen – an industrial designer, provides SketchBook basics in terms of product design. I was first introduced to SketchBook Pro at a product manufacturing company, where I used it on a Cintiq. Not long after that, I purchased my own Cintiq and SketchBook Pro for my own personal use. Ever since then, I have been using SketchBook Pro for brainstorming, design sketching, and creating renderings for proposals.

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Figure drawing master Glenn Vilppu & SketchBook Pro

Administrator/ October 25, 2016/ Tutorials

20 See more of Glenn’s work on his website. Being 77 now,  I have been drawing for 72 years and started drawing very early, probably about the age of 5 or 6. My father was an engineer, but took painting classes in the evening. I remember him standing at an easel painting, with me on the floor tracing images from a how-to-draw book. I attended Art Center College of Design and earned my BFA

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