For many creatives, mobile devices are constant companions, with the potential to be useful tools for capturing and creating content anytime, anywhere. That’s the thinking that inspired Adobe to create many mobile apps that dovetail with Creative Cloud desktop applications, including Photoshop Sketch. And you can get acquainted with this cool app in Tony Harmer’s Lynda.com course, Drawing with Photoshop Sketch.
Here’s the official description:
Learn how to incorporate Adobe Photoshop Sketch, the versatile mobile sketching tool from Adobe, into your workflow. Follow Tony Harmer as he walks you through this updated drawing app for the iPad, showing how to navigate the interface and start and manage a project. He explains how to properly use drawing tools like the fine liner, brush pen, and smudge brush, and shares how to override brush settings and use Capture CC to make brushes for Photoshop Sketch. He also shares drawing assistance tips such as using the touch ruler and adding a grid, explains how to work with colors and layers, and breaks down how to use other applications with Photoshop Sketch.
- Starting a new project
- Stylus advice
- Creating a sketch
- Using drawing tools
- Using the touch ruler
- Working with colors
- Managing layers
In the free movie below, Tony shows how to get around in the app.
Drawing with Photoshop Sketch
Navigating a sketch in Photoshop Sketch
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