Drawing a Cartoon In Mischief Software (Realtime YouTube Video)

Drawing a Cartoon In Mischief Software (Realtime YouTube Video)

I read about Mischief and liked the demonstration video on their website.
I thought it made sense and sounded like a really good idea to combine the power of vector art with a painterly quality and also to have a sort of free and unrestrictive feeling in a drawing program.
The unlimited canvas seemed like a wonderful idea also – and the way you can output any selected area as a file. Anyway, I am not going to list all the things about it that seemed great, why don’t you try it out yourself.
I was quite impressed by my initial test and can definitely imagine Mischief becoming an integral part of my sketching, layout, storyboarding and freehand drawing process. As it develops I am certain many more cool features will be added.
Personally, I can recommend it.
Find out more about mischief here:
The following cartoon sketch was filmed with Snapz Pro X software on my Wacom Cintiq 21UX. I am working on an Intel Core i7 iMac.

Pirate and Parrot: Realtime Cartoon Tutorial YouTube Video

Pirate and Parrot: Realtime Cartoon Tutorial YouTube Video
Artist: Ian David Marsden

Hi,
In this brief video I am doing a rough freehand sketch of a pirate with a parrot on his shoulder. Hard to tell from the drawing which one of the two has a higher I.Q. I have to admit. Safe to assume that together they might not quite make it to 100, but that doesn’t matter. They are lovely individuals and they have hearts of gold. The parrot however is slightly distressed, because he misplaced a winning Euro Millions ticket, but that is another matter entirely.

I hope you enjoy watching the video of their creation. :)

Ian

The final result. Watch the Youtube video below to watch this drawing in real time.
I am working in SketchBook Pro software on a Wacom Cintiq 21UX screen.

By the way I am also a featured artist and Wacom evangelist on the official Wacom website.
http://www.wacom.com/en/interests/featured-artists/ian-david-marsden#&panel1-1

And I have a bunch more tutorial videos if you are interested. You can view them here.
http://www.wacom.com/en/support/software-tutorials#tabpane2

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My name is Ian Marsden and I am a professional independent Illustrator, Character Designer, Logo Designer, Flash Animator and Cartoonist.
I am highly experienced in creating custom characters, illustrations, comic strips, mascots and animated video and flash elements for use on websites or YouTube. My full resume and a partial client list can be viewed by clicking on this link.

References are available upon request. I am a reliable, experienced professional and deadlines are always met. Please contact me directly to discuss your art, design or illustration needs.

I look forward to hearing from you. [email protected]

Art Demonstration: YouTube Video – Drawing a cartoon dog in airplane sketch and digital coloring in Autodesk Sketchbook Pro

Art Demonstration: YouTube Video – Drawing a cartoon dog in airplane sketch and digital coloring in Autodesk Sketchbook Pro

Ian David Marsden. Professional Illustrator, Designer, Cartoonist and Animator

in this brief YouTube video, Ian demonstrates how he creates a digital pencil sketch and colors it in Autodesk Sketchbook Pro software on his Wacom Cintiq interactive pen display.
The software he is using is Autodesk Sketchbook Pro on an Apple iMac IntelCore i7.

Sketchbook Pro Pencil Cartoon Sketch and coloring – Wacom Cintiq

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My name is Ian Marsden and I am a professional independent Illustrator, Character Designer, Logo Designer, Flash Animator and Cartoonist.
I am highly experienced in creating custom characters, illustrations, comic strips, mascots and animated video and flash elements for use on websites or YouTube. My full resume and a partial client list can be viewed by clicking on this link.

References are available upon request. I am completely reliable and deadlines are always met. Please contact me directly to discuss your design and illustration needs. I look forward to hearing from you. [email protected]

Illustration art for Storyboards, Scribbles, Layouts, Concepts, Powerpoint Slides

Illustration art for Storyboards, Scribbles, Layouts, Concepts, Powerpoint Slides and many other uses
For Businesses, Corporations, Universities and other learning and teaching facilities, advertising and marketing, PR and many other clients.

My name is Ian Marsden and I am a professional independent Illustrator, Character Designer, Logo Designer, Flash Animator and Cartoonist.

I am highly experienced in creating custom characters, illustrations, comic strips, mascots and animated video and flash elements for use on websites or YouTube. My full resume and a partial client list can be viewed by clicking on this link.

You may know me because I drew the first EVER Google Doodles. I am also a featured artist on the Wacom website and a so-called ‘Wacom Evangelist’.
http://www.wacom.com/creative/interests/featured-artists/ian-david-marsden

References are available upon request. I am completely reliable and deadlines are always met. Please contact me directly to discuss your design and illustration needs. I look forward to hearing from you.
[email protected]
Ian

Storyboards, Scribbles, Layouts, Concepts, Powerpoint Slides

Professional Illustration in various styles from light and humorous to shaded and highly rendered/detailled.

Storyboard art and scribbles, layouts and concept sketches for internal communication, B2B, client presentations, power point, speeches and many other uses. Development of motion graphics and multimedia from animatic to final animation. Let me capture your ideas and make your presentations shine. Quick turnaround and complete discretion (NDA if requested).

Digital Drawing and Sketching in Alias SketchBook Pro with Illustrator Ian David Marsden

Digital Drawing and Sketching in Alias SketchBook Pro
with Illustrator Ian David Marsden

Illustrator and Cartoonist Ian David Marsden

http://www.marsdencartoons.com

In this real-time video demonstration Ian shows how he creates a rough pencil sketch and adds a touch of storyboard digital marker coloring in Alias SketchBook Pro software on a Wacom Cintiq UX21. This kind of rough can be used as a loyout or scribble or in a storyboard to show the team and the client what direction you are going in, an animatic can also be created using these roughs before final art is produced. Finally the final art can be based on these sketches. There is another video based on this sketch where Ian shows how he creates final clean vector art in Adobe Illustrator on his youtube channel. Enjoy.

Ballpoint Pen Telephone Doodle by Ian Marsden

When I am on the phone I am almost always doodling. Sometimes it’s just cubes and geometric 3D shapes, sometimes it’s plants growing all over the page and sometimes I just start a drawing without thinking. I have no idea what it’s going to end up being until I hang up the phone….

This example demonstrates this habit quite nicely:

Free Scribble Doodle