Just a simple illustration this week for The Line It Is Drawn
as I attempted to familiarize myself with the SketchBookExpress app I've had on my computer since 2009, but failed to really play around with until now.
I love the pen and pencil tools. They mimic the look and feel of traditional tools more than Photoshop and Manga Studio do, but SBX messed me up at one point when it automatically merged my layers after a "Revert." I guess the more user-friendly stuff is for the Pro owners/users or whatever.
So I guess it's a thumbs up from me for SketchBook Pro then?
For now, I'll probably use SBX to rough out drawings for some of my illos to inject energy in concepts, but use Manga Studio for more precision and polish. And I still don't know how SBX handles color separations, so Photoshop still remains my preferred coloring app.