“I Get It” launches 2013 Autodesk SketchBook Pro free training course

“I Get It” launches 2013 Autodesk SketchBook Pro free training course

“I Get It”, an online learning platform for engineers created by Tata Technologies, has launched a free video course on Autodesk SketchBook Pro.


The course is titled Autodesk SketchBook Pro – Basics and includes 9 hours of video content along with projects and file downloads.

SketchBook Pro Course - Weed Trimmer Marker Texture Project SketchBook Pro Course - Visual Design Presentation

The material covers the basics of Autodesk’s 2D sketching software: from the drawing and color tools to the sketch editing functions.

SketchBook Pro Course - Sketch to RenderThe videos also explain basic coloring techniques, some drawing basics and show how to visually present of a design idea in a 2D layout.

The course author is industrial designer Eric Bansen from the “I Get It” staff.

The course is currently offered for free and is available upon free registration. There are also other free courses, including some on other Autodesk programs.

For more information visit on the course you can visit the page at I Get It. To sign up, you can visit www.myigetit.com.

(Image Courtesy: “I Get It” for Car Body Design)

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