Autodesk SketchBook Pro

Autodesk SketchBook Pro

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Autodesk SketchBook Pro for iPad is professional-grade paint and drawing application. Using the same paint engine as its desktop counterpart, SketchBook Pro delivers a complete set of sketching & painting tools through a streamlined and intuitive user interface designed exclusively for the iPad experience.
It was originally developed by Alias Systems Corporation, but is now owned by Autodesk.

SketchBook Pro has an uncluttered interface, and painting and drawing tools such as pencils, markers, and brushes. By using the pressure-sensitive features of graphics tablets, tablet computers, and smartphones, it can help artist’s sketch and create effects similar to traditional materials.

Autodesk SketchBook Pro software also features a screenshot tool for annotation, allowing one to show content during a meeting and add notes as the content is reviewed. The previous/next buttons make it possible to create flipbooks or animations. The program supports layers with import and export of Photoshop (.psd) format. Other features include rulers, symmetry, and the ability to customize brushes, create texture brushes, and rotate the canvas.

Features in SketchBook Pro for iPad:
•Full screen work space with support for any device orientation
•Custom canvas sizes
•Full multi-touch support
•Dynamic symmetry
•Comprehensive Brush Library with over 100 presets you can customize
•Multiple manageable layers
•Gallery to store work in progress
•Copic Color Library
•Customizable UI
•Time-lapse Record to save speed drawing sessions directly to your Photo Library
•iCloud support to store and access your canvases on different devices

***Only available on iOS 6 and above***
SketchBook Pro communities on Twitter and Facebook
Official site: http://www.sketchbook.com
Download – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adsk.sketchbookhd

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