Sketching is an integral part of our process. Whether it is 3D modelling, book illustration or even web design we always make sure we sketch up our ideas. Some take longer than others to reach a final design but they all start as rough thumbnails or lose sketches. We use Autodesk Sketchbook Pro almost exclusively for concept art and loose drawing.

Most of the sketches in this gallery are actually personal ones by Sarah. Created either for personal projects or just spare-time noodling. For drawings and concepts that show progression the blog is a good place to start looking. This gallery may contain some nudity by way of life drawing, and intellectual property of other people/companies done as part of a personal sketchbook or fan art.

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About Autodesk Sketchbook Pro

SketchBook Pro, also referred to as SketchBook, is a pixel graphics software application that features a radial/pie-menu user interface, intended for expressive drawing and concept sketching. It was originally developed by Alias Systems Corporation, but is now owned by Autodesk. SketchBook Pro has an uncluttered interface, and painting and drawing tools such as pencils, markers, and brushes. By using the pressure-sensitive features of graphics tablets, tablet computers, and smartphones, it can help artists sketch and create effects similar to traditional materials.

When Autodesk acquired Alias in October 2005, they discontinued Sketchbook Pro development for a time. Version 2.0 was released in July 2005, under Alias Systems Corporation. The latest version; Sketchbook has new features including a Flipbook animation tool, Perspective Guides, new blending modes and more. The application now uses a subscription model; allowing use of a stripped down free version. Buying a subscription allows the user to unlock the rest of the features. Sketchbook is also available for iOS and Android, on both mobile and tablet devices.

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