Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Drawing Digitally

I got a trial of sketchbook pro and actually wanted to try my hand at drawing straight into the computer.  It's a little tough to get used to at first and i can't seem to get a clean line but it works really well when you keep it loose.  
The best thing is you can just go straight to color and lay them down rather quickly.  Think i might actually buy the full version.

Let me know what you think.


TJ Lubrano said...

Heey JR! These look awesome! I love how you did the shadows. And there's a certain flow it! Nice!

I also have illustrator, but haven't installed it yet. I got a version when I bought my wacom bamboo tablet. But it has to wait, I need to format my laptop again -_-'.

Mike's stuff is awesome right ^_^! I love his stuff too!

Till next post!

Mark McDonnell said...

You makin' some pictures?

I miss you,


Marcelo Vignali said...

You've got some terrific work here.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Pablo said...

I'm digging these Justin. Sketchbook Pro is great. I have the full version and it's a blast to use. I'm not very good at drawing digitally since I enjoy more old school methods. Using sketchbook pro with a cintiq is awesome but probable like you we just use our pen and tablet. Takes a bit of time to get used to but I'm sure in the end it's a great tool.

Erik D. Martin said...

dope shapes going on here man!

Simon Scales said...

hey Justin...these are looking great!!

Jarrett said...

Great character! love the looseness :)

Louise Smythe said...

man you've got some cool shapes in his design! love it!

Justin Rodrigues said...

Thanks guys!

TJ: Thanks for digging these. You're awesome.

Mark: You're my hero. I miss you too!

Marcelo: Coming from you that's a huge compliment. Your just made my week!

Eric: Thanks dude!

Pablo: Need a cintiq SO bad! Thanks for the comment as always.

Simon: Muchas Gracias

Jarrett: Thank you my man!

Louise: Thanks glad you like them.

Until next post