What does the “classic” sketch look like to you? With the technology and software available to artists today, do your sketches involve putting pencil to paper, or digital pencil to screen? Tobias France of Bias Design returns to unveil for us what the “classic” sketch means to him in his career as an automotive designer,Colin Smith
The end of September means the seasons are changing and that we are entering the tail end of 2020. While the world moves around us, it’s amazing to see that the work produced within this community is consistently inspiring and imaginative. The diversity of content, style, and inspiration shows that everyone can be creative,Colin Smith
Another month is in the books, and what a beautifully creative month it has been. All of you, members of the SketchBook community, have once again demonstrated immense creativity, talent, and inspiration. Our Staff Picks for the month of August show passion across a diverse range of interests, and it highlights that creativity is boundless.Colin Smith
Creating art or a design can start from many different places—your own desire to paint, an urge to explore new techniques, a school project, or a client brief—just to name a few! When creating work for a client, there are often careful considerations and strategic decisions to be made.
In this video,Colin Smith