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Oh that's easy, sir. Get yourself a good YouTube downloader (I use the Fastest Tube extension for Safari, but if you can't use that look for a free program called MacTubes) and away you'll go.

Here's a page of Youtube search result of "iPad painting" -- the Sketchbook Pro one is probably the one you want: youtube ipad painting - Google Search

... among the others, check out some of the others as well. Be picky, grab the ones that have good presenters and are reasonably short. Don't waste people's time with the awful ones that make up the majority of "demo videos" on YouTube (there are a LOT of people out there who think they can do demos and are just plain WRONG about that).

If you really do have a Powerbook, that's a pretty old machine so you'll want to stick to the non-HD videos and preferably download them in MP4 format if your OS supports that.
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