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WIP Wednesday + FlipBook Part 2

Wed Nov 19, 2014, 9:58 AM
As always, here's a couple of WIPs I found in the group:

Image by OthmanAlkhayat
Sunset Overdrive!!! (lines wip) by EzJedi
Bad Wolf Project by JeffEasyStreetInk



What are you working on ? Share it in the comments!


Need a spark of inspiration?
Here's part two of Mike Milo's FlipBook tutorial- learn how to color your frames to make them look like a finished animation!



The SketchBook team will be at CTN Animation Expo this weekend.
Stop by and say hi! Get all the details over on the blog.


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:iconrustisub:
RustiSub Featured By Owner 8 hours ago
Does anybody have experience using a grid background for still sketches and/or animations?
I haven't found a grid layover and I'm assuming the perspective and line tools could cover most.
However, it would be nice if there was an all purpose grid I could use, without having to fabricate one myself.
It would make judging sizes, distances and proportions (especially in animation) a lot easier.

Has anyone here faced the same problem, and what are your solutions to it?

Thanks in advance!
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HansNomad Featured By Owner 3 days ago
If Sketchbook Pro introduced the ability to use vector layers and paint layers together (like Autodesk Sketchbook Designer Pro does), I would uninstall Photoshop and Manga Studio and use SP exclusively.  Until it does, although it's a good program, it does not stand out from the other equally good drawing programs on the market.
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:iconpaperfoxes:
paperfoxes Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Is SBP 7 worth the upgrade? I have 6 right now, but I don't want to upgrade if there's not really any new noteworthy features.
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:iconreneedicherri:
reneedicherri Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  Professional Filmographer
You can read about the new features here: blog.sketchbook.com/news/annou…
Most notably there are perspective guides, expanded blending modes, and the Flipbook animation tool!
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:iconpaperfoxes:
paperfoxes Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh man. Payday can't get here fast enough.
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:icontermybug:
termybug Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I cant find a link to join either
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:iconreneedicherri:
reneedicherri Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Should be on the top left under the 'About Us' section!
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:iconpikselrol:
Pikselrol Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2014
Hi there,
I am starting with Deviant. I don't find it very intuitive. Sorry if my question is stupid but what is the purpose of this group and how do people get featured in it? I am using Sketchbook on my iPad since a few weeks and I am still on the learning curve.
thanks,
Roland
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:iconreneedicherri:
reneedicherri Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  Professional Filmographer
 Everyone starts somewhere! Your question is totally reasonable. On deviantART, groups are a way for users to form communities around a topic. When you join the group, you get to see all the artwork users are submitting using SketchBook show up in your message centre. You also get notifications of our blog posts. Join the group by clicking on the button in the 'About us' box, which should be on the top left column. Then, you can submit your SketchBook artwork- just navigate to your image and click on the 'Add to group' button. It'll be on the right hand side.
 
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Pikselrol Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014
Ok thanks, I think I am good to go now, I have submitted something, let's see if that works!
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