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Capture your inspiration on any device, wherever you are with the SketchBook® drawing and painting app. Quickly iterate ideas and develop them into beautifully rendered concepts.
Use the minimalistic interface across Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android unlocked with a single subscription.
Tweak over 140 standard brushes, create new brushes, or import brushes designed by professional artists.
Add unlimited layers with blending modes and layer grouping.
Use SketchBook as part of a workflow that requires interoperability with other apps.
Use predictive stroke to smooth line work and correct basic shapes to circles, triangles, and rectangles. (video: 24 sec.)
Draw with X, Y, XY, and up to 16-sector radial symmetry for perfectly symmetrical designs.
Use fully adjustable rulers, ellipse guides, and French curves for precision drawing. (video: 15 sec.)
Snap every stroke to an on- or off-canvas vanishing point with 1-, 2-, 3-, and 5-point (fish-eye) perspective.
Use a phone or tablet to scan your sketch to import as transparent linework with color data. (video: 41 sec.)
An exclusive digital Copic Color Library with matching Copic Marker default brushes. (video: 9 sec.)
Create simple animations with up to 4 layers. (video: 12 sec.)
Easily distort your illustration to fix perspective and proportions. (video: 10 sec.)
Choose from rectangle, oval, lasso, and magic wand selection tools.
Apply fill, linear gradient fill, or radial gradient fill to your artwork.
Select from 18 blending modes to apply to layers and brushes.
It’s easy to get started. Download a free trial and try it out. Purchase options include flexible subscription terms to fit your needs.
Import your SketchBook designs into AutoCAD and turn them into engineering drawings.
Import your SketchBook underlays into Revit and use them to build models.
Autodesk is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software.
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