We all know about Brainstorming. I was thinking about making a “Doodle-Storm”. Try, and send me yours !
It’s a real pleasure to get absorbed by the “Doodle-Storm” session – Drawing some free form of an Earphone. I didn’t give myself a time limit (I had the whole night in front of me). However, my aim was filling the full canvas of Sketchbook Pro before I fall asleep on my Wacom screen tablet Cintiq 22.
To avoid distraction (Facebook, Twitter, Emails…), I plug some earphone in my ears and watch a movie while drawing. I realized that I could get more productive and creative that way linking pleasure of drawing with pleasure of watching a comedy.
00:26 I am sketching on Sketchbook Pro
00:32 Many Designers love that software
00:37 It’s light, and reproduce a natural feel of a pencil
00:47 Sketch your first lines with a light pressure
00:54 Then, bold the lines with more confidence
01:10 Vary the size of your sketches
01:50 Fill the blank space of sketches
02:14 Train your vision, drawing in multiple views
02:28 Press Ctrl-Z (Undo) to explore different lines
02:34 Add a POP of colour
02:40 To direct the viewer eye through the board
03:01 Music from Bensound.com, India
I invite you to take a pen, traditional or digital and make a try !
Use a COLOR POP ! to make your sketches stand out.
Send me your artworks ! at email@example.com. 🙂
I want to know your brush setting:)
Ahah, it’s very simple. It’s the setting by default of the pencil tool. I draw the earphones with Sketchbook Pro, not Photoshop. 🙂
nice drawings, nice storm! I love also the color!
Great video! What settings do you use for the pencil tool? Do you change the pencil thickness yourself or is it just the pressure sensitivity settings?
I used the setting by default of the pencil tool. I seldom changed the thickness “manually”. I mostly use the pen pressure sensitivity. Note that you can adjust this sensitivity to your own preference. You can see how at the article here: https://thedesignsketchbook.com/how-to-get-a-more-sensitive-pen-with-sketchbook-pro/