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How to Use Autodesk SketchBook Designer 2013 for Concept Design and Illustration
Autodesk SketchBook Designer 2013 is a software that allows you to create stunning concept designs and illustrations using both pen-based and mouse interactions. Whether you are a professional artist, illustrator, or designer, or just want to have some fun with your creativity, SketchBook Designer 2013 can help you transform your computer into an artist's toolkit.
In this article, we will show you some of the features and tools that SketchBook Designer 2013 offers, and how to use them to create your own amazing artworks.
Sketching and Painting Tools
SketchBook Designer 2013 provides you with a variety of sketching and painting tools that let you draw, paint, erase, blend, smudge, and fill your canvas with ease. You can choose from different types of brushes, such as pencils, pens, markers, airbrushes, paintbrushes, and more. You can also customize the size, opacity, flow, and color of your brushes to suit your needs.
To access the sketching and painting tools, click on the Brush Palette icon on the toolbar. You can also use the B key to toggle between the last two brushes you used. To change the size of your brush, use the [ and ] keys or drag the Brush Size slider on the toolbar. To change the opacity of your brush, use the O key or drag the Brush Opacity slider on the toolbar. To change the color of your brush, click on the Color Editor icon on the toolbar or press the C key.
Vectors and Curves Tools
SketchBook Designer 2013 also allows you to create and edit vector shapes and curves using the Vectors and Curves tools. These tools let you draw smooth lines and curves that can be easily modified and transformed. You can also convert your raster sketches into vector shapes using the Raster to Vector tool.
To access the vectors and curves tools, click on the Vectors Palette icon on the toolbar. You can also use the V key to toggle between the last two vectors tools you used. To draw a vector shape or curve, click on the canvas and drag to define its shape. To edit a vector shape or curve, select it with the Select Vector Shape tool or the Select Curve Point tool and use the handles to adjust its size, position, rotation, or curvature. To convert a raster sketch into a vector shape, select it with the Select Raster Area tool and click on the Raster to Vector button on the toolbar.
Layers and Symmetry Tools
SketchBook Designer 2013 also enables you to work with layers and symmetry tools that help you organize your artwork and create symmetrical designs. You can create multiple layers for different elements of your artwork and change their order, visibility, opacity, blending mode, or lock them. You can also use symmetry tools to mirror your strokes across a horizontal or vertical axis or a custom line.
To access the layers and symmetry tools, click on the Layer Editor icon on the toolbar. You can also use the L key to toggle between showing and hiding the layer editor. To create a new layer, click on the New Layer button at the bottom of the layer editor. To change the order of a layer, drag it up or down in the layer list. To change the visibility of a layer, click on the eye icon next to it. To change the opacity of a layer, drag the opacity slider next to it. To change the blending mode of a layer, click on the drop-down menu next to it and choose from different options such as Normal, Multiply, Screen, Overlay, etc. To lock a layer, click on
the lock icon next to it.
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