A play with brush tools in Sketchbook Pro. I had the luxury of spending some time with a dear friend, Luis Peso (from Granada Spain), during MobileArtCon 2011. Aside from him being just an absolutely amazing person (soooo fun!), he is one of the most brilliant and talented fingerpainters I know. During some down town, he sat with me and shared some brush setting secrets in Sketchbook (I know I may seem to be a technical person, but I’m actually not–and typically, I don’t set things, I just pick them up as they are and work with em…bad habit, I know…lol) Anyway, he showed me how to save them to the puck (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, don’t worry about it…lol…just know…its a MAJOR convenience to design your brushes exactly the way you want them and then SAVE the setting to your tool screen–it means you don’t have to REMEMBER the setting…NOR do you have to re-program it…which is a big deal for me…because i have a horrible memory…and once its gone…it’s usually lost forever. ) Anyway…after this lesson, I went to town playing with settings…all types…a fun exploration.
Luis also held a session at the conference “The Digital Process”. We got some footage (which we also live streamed to UStream):