Autodesk digital drawing software, Sketchbook, became free for Windows, Mac and Tablet from May 1st. This free individual version of Sketchbook will function cross-platform with Autodesk ID after a week’s trial period, while Sketchbook Pro version will be, as previously, available for enterprises with multiple user licenses.
Among Sketchbook features you can find:
Non-intrusive UI that stays incognito until you need a pencil, pen, marker, or paintbrush.
Powerful drawing engine that can handle a 100 mpx canvas while maintaining the zoomed-in feeling of traditional drawing.
A photo-camera scanner that allows importing your line art with a transparent background, ready for inking and coloring.
Multiple sketching tools like pencils, inks, markers, and over 190 customizable brushes that can incorporate both textures and shapes, and of course the exclusive Copic® Color Library released last year.
Photoshop compatible on all devices with layered PSDs that are fully preserved (import and export), including layer names, groups, and blending modes.
Multiple file export formats: JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, and — of course — PSD.