Parents - Find teacher recommended apps for your child

Start your free trial

Teachers - Find curriculum aligned apps to use in the classroom

Start your free trial

SketchBook Express for iPad

Log in or create an account to download this app or add to your wishlist

Screenshots

  • SketchBook Express for iPad-1SketchBook Express for iPad-2SketchBook Express for iPad-3

From the Developer

Autodesk SketchBook® Express for iPad is a fun and intuitive drawing application. Get a taste of the SketchBook Pro experience with SketchBook Express.

Use professional-grade tools and brushes to create doodles, quick sketches or artwork on-the-go.

Features:

✓ Full Screen work space with support for any device orientation

✓ Canvas size:
• 1024 x 768 (1st & 2nd Gen iPad)
• Retina Display for 3rd Gen iPad (2048 x 1536 Canvas Size)

✓Multi-Touch Interface:
• Two finger pan & zoom navigation with 2500% zoom
• Three finger tap for controls
• Three finger swipe gestures for quick access

✓High Quality Brushes and Tools:
• Professional-grade paint engine delivers smooth and precise brush strokes
•15 preset brushes, including pencils, pens, markers and Fill Tool
•SketchBook Store to purchase brush packs
• Draw styles for creating straight lines, rectangles, and circles
• Dynamic symmetric drawing

✓Layers:
• 3 Layers allowing easy build up of a drawing
• Import layers from Photo Library
• Duplicate, Merge and Reorder Layers
• Move, scale, and rotate layers interactively using Multi-Touch
• Toggle visibility and adjust Layer Opacity

✓Text:
• Create text with a variety of fonts, colors, sizes and placement.

✓Colors:
• Color Wheel with HSB and RBG color space
• Eye-dropper color selection

✓Gallery:
• Store and view work in progress
• Export to Photo Library
• Browse images in full-screen mode

✓ iCloud Support
∙ Option to set iCloud as default location to save canvases
∙ Controls in Gallery to upload or download from iCloud

✓Stay Connected:
• Built-in SketchBook News panel for live info about Sketching events and announcements

More Less

Subjects

Art

Ages