Saturday, October 28, 2017
Exploring Autodesk Sketchbook and Going from Traditional to Digital
For a long time I resisted going from my paid version of Autodesk Sketchbook Pro to the subscription version which is called Sketchbook. Unfortunately the only way of keeping up to date with the software would be to go with the subscription version. What is fortunate is that Autodesk does not charge a whole lot for the subscription. $29.99 for the year I can deal with and the software will always be up to date.
In the video below I talk about exploring the new brushes in the subscription version, which are terrific by the way.
I also discuss going from traditional media to digital and how I think that Sketchbook is an ideal software to start with. Of course there would be some other things needed, namely a decent tablet.
Here are some links to the software and tablets that won't break your wallet (bare in mind the price of a Wacom Cintiq "21 pen dispaly is $1,699.95 and the "22 MonoPrice is $489.99 or $517.48).......
Autodesk Sketchbook https://www.sketchbook.com/?locale=en
MonoPrice "22 Pen Display http://amzn.to/2yc9CSr
MonoPrice "22 Pen Display (newer) http://amzn.to/2yUi85A
Wacom Intous Pen and Touch http://amzn.to/2gRwjDK
Wacom Intous Draw Tablet http://amzn.to/2zWnz3S