Take a look though my "Never Stop Learning" weekly posts & more. You'll be able to see me try out techniques that are new to me, keep my chops up on techniques I've learned through the years, and talk about adjustments I'm making to my workflow to become more efficient/proficient with the Adobe Creative Suite, major focus on Photoshop and Illustrator.
I figured I’d switch things up. Instead of just focusing on 1 tool,
I’m going to run though several tools. You’ll see how I created this illustration above.
Check out the video above to watch me draw this stippled project.
PathScribe by Astute Graphics shows me how many Anchor Points I have in my current selection. Notice how many it has before I use the Smart Remove Brush tool. ****
PathScribe by Astute Graphics shows me how many Anchor Points I have after using the Smart Remove Brush tool. ****
Stipplism by Astute Graphics can apply a Stipple Live effect on your artwork. You can apply it to vectors and pixel based images. ****
@SebastianBleak #AdobeGrind #NSL Images looked best on FireFox when this post was created.
This entry was posted in
Astute Graphics, Dynamic Sketch, Never Stop Learning, NSL - Adobe Illustrator, VectorScribe and tagged adobe, adobe grind, adobe Illustrator CC, adobegrind, astute graphics, banana, creative cloud, cs6, design, draw, drawing, graphic design, illustration, illustrator, intuos, intuos pro, life drawing, never stop learning, new features, postaweek, pressure sensitive tablet, sebastianbleak, stipple, stippling, stipplism, this is how I draw, tutorials, vector, vector drawing, vectors, watch me draw, workflow, workshop. Bookmark the permalink.