As you’ve come to see on the blog, I have been working/attempting to bring you all a variety of content on both the blog (cadintentions.com) as well as the youtube channel, I want to continue expanding the coverage from mainly AutoCAD tutorials to include as much of the CAD and Design industry as possible.
I think this move has been going great and I really appreciate the overwhelmingly positive response to the new Coffee Break Series of videos that have been the first step to including tech and gear that relates to the industry and ourselves as professionals and office workers.
On top of continuing to provide CAD Tutorials of all sorts, even including more software and making the Coffee Break series, I also want to make CADIntentions a stop for you to get news about software, tech and the design industry in general. This will include small news updates like today’s post as well as occasionally more in-depth posts about current and future trends in the industry.
With all that said, I want to get to the big news for today. You may have noticed in my previous video about the Lenovo X1 Yoga a part where I was using AutoDesks Sketchbook for some quick landscape design/sketching using the Yogas touchscreen and Pen. I really love using Sketchbook for quick markups and concepts like landscaping plans and even more so just for fun and doing sketches on my own time. It’s really easy to use software and works great with touchscreens, tablets, and pens. Which is why I’m so excited to say that starting today the full version of Sketchbook is now FREE for everyone!
At Autodesk, we believe creativity starts with an idea. From quick conceptual sketches to fully finished artwork, sketching is at the heart of the creative process. You never know when a great idea will strike, so access to fast and powerful creative sketching tools is an invaluable part of any creative process.
For this reason, we are excited to announce that the fully featured version of SketchBook is now FREE for everyone!.
Download Sketchbook free here to give it a shot today and for more info check out their blog post: https://www.sketchbook.com/blog/sketchbook-everybody/
That’s all for today, as always thank you all so much for reading and let me know in the comments if you’ll be grabbing Sketchbook and what you plan to use it for?
Oh and if you haven’t already, make sure to check out Episode #3 of Coffee Break my new series that highlights and reviews cool tech, products and gear for Designers, creatives and engineers! Read it Here
PS. Thank you again for visiting and don’t forget to subscribe to the newsletter to keep up to date on new CAD news, tutorials and tricks: Subscribe here
Also published on Medium.
Latest posts by Brandon (see all)
- AutoCAD How To Link Excel Tables to AutoCAD – Super Easy & Dynamic | 2 Minute Tuesday - January, 1970
- AutoCAD How To Add Superscript / Subscript Text and Symbols – 3 Quick Tricks! | 2 Minute Tuesday - January, 1970
- AutoCAD How To Find & Open Autosave Backup Files! (.ac$ .bak) – 2 Minute Tuesday - January, 1970