Friday, February 23, 2007

Episode 01 - Point To Point -- for those of you who are tired of making messy drawings or painfully etching out lines that wind up being way off course:

8 comments:

Kernon Dillon said...

Very nice series of videos! Thanks!

Ellie said...

What program are you using? It looks very nice.

Mark Chong said...

I'm using Alias Sketchbook Pro -- because it has a very responsive pencil tool.

Autodesk sells it online on their website!

Kernon Dillon said...

Have you used ArtRage 2 before? I'm not suggesting it as a comparison to Sketchbook, I'm just curious about your opinion of it as an art application. There's a free version (the pay-version only costs 20 buck!) of it at http://www.ambientdesign.com/artrage.html.

(BTW, I'm not trying to plug their software, I'm not affiliated with them at all.)

If you get a chance, it would be nice to know if you think it's worth using.

Thianks!

Mark Chong said...

kernon dillon >> I bought a license of ArtRage 2 and I think it's pretty cool. The only thing is that the interface has a few bugs with it on the tabletPC which has me using Sketchbook Pro for the moment. If they fix the minor quibbles with the software I'd be all over it like a rash!

Anonymous said...

OH MY GOSH!!! I cannot believe that I never thought of this!!! I really cant believe it. Thanks! I think that the rest of these tutorials will really help later on.

roofoo said...

I've been doing this method my whole life when I draw, I never really knew what to call it though. In fact, I just sort of figured it out on my own, just sort of like second nature. But you are right, it really does help with drawing!

Matskye said...

I only just discovered you, but i got to say that i find your tutorials really helpfull, thanks for taking your time on doing these