Monday, September 3, 2012

Sketchbook Pro 6

I have been fortunate enough to be a part of the last few beta tests for Sketchbook Pro, and did the same again for the recent release of v6.

Most of you who follow this blog or my twitter will know that I've a very vocal proponent of that program, as it's pretty much 40-60% of my workflow at any given time. I use it for sketching, penciling pages, character/concept design. It's one of the easiest and most natural drawing programs I've had the joy of using.

Anyways, now that v6 is out, I feel a bit more comfortable sharing these sketches and saying that they were done with the new synthetic paint brushes available in the new edition of Sketchbook Pro. There are a ton of other updates they've made to an already brilliant program, but I'm having a lot of fun with these.

These were all done in about 30-45 minutes each, just as quickly as I could during breaks before, and after working on Archer during the last few weeks.

More after the break.