As a beta tester for Autodesk, Mark knows his way around Sketchbook Pro. Follow along as you learn how to set up your system preferences, understand the interface, navigation controls and new tools. Learn how to render different object surfaces using layers, transparency masks, and various techniques available in Sketchbook Pro.
Begin to apply these basic rendering fundamentals into your everyday workflow process and future projects. This in one of the most user-friendly sketching and rendering software packages out there, so take advantage of all it has to offer.
You can apply these techniques to ANY rendering workflow.
TIME: Over 2+ hours
WHATS INCLUDED: Exercise files are included, so you can follow along at your own pace!
HARDWARE REQUIRED: Digital drawing tablet or screen required.
SOFTWARE REQUIRED: Sketchbook Pro (A copy
If you currently own, or in the market for Sketchbook Pro, this tutorial is one of the best investments you can make. Change the way you sketch and render forever!
This content is suited for intermediate and advanced level Photoshop and Illustrator users and is perfect for anyone looking to take their rendering skills to the next level.
-Calibrating Sketchbook Pro Preferences
-Navigating though Sketchbook Pro
-Understanding Layout and Interface
-Tools: Brushes, Smear,
-Symmetry tools and Rulers
Rendering Multiple Surfaces:
• Tennis Ball
• Reflective Car Paint
-Creating Ground Surface Reflections
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Mark has been using SketchbookPro® since version 1 came out. He uses SBP everyday in his workflow. The biggest advantage is the ability to edit layers and generate multiple ideas on top of ideas in order to reach the best possible design. Mark has worked professionally for major athletic brands including Reebok, Converse/Nike, Under Armour, Puma, Burton and New Balance.
He founded Render Demo in 2008, so that all designers could benefit from video demo’s by industry leaders. His tutorials have been used by designers around the globe including footwear design teams at New Balance, Adidas and Nike.