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Concepts is a next-generation power tool for sketching, design and illustrating from anywhere. Dive in and learn the fundamentals.

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The Big Draw and Concepts Partnership

Learn how Concepts and The Big Draw met and are creating a positive impact through drawing and creativity around the world.

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The Big Draw #MaketheChange Challenge

October 2021 Creative Challenge: Sketch a positive change for your community with The Big Draw Festival's #MaketheChange event, and share it on Instagram to donate to The Big Draw and win prizes.

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When Design Meets Cake, It Transforms into Delicious

Chef Madison Lee adds flavor, sugar, and a dash of design on the iPad Pro to create artisanal, one-of-a-kind cakes for celebrations.

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Oldies but Goodies

We’ve made dozens of tutorials, workflow demonstrations, and other videos for previous versions of Concepts - many of those concepts still apply in the current version. They’ll look a bit different, but they’re chock full of good drawing techniques that transcend time.

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[A] productivity bonus is to sketch ideas in meetings and throw them up on a big screen in real time, then send them to the attendees while they are still in the meeting.

Craig Burns, Architect

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