Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Posted by Jason Lee in "Android Software" @ 09:00 PM
"Autodesk SketchBook Mobile uses the same engine as Autodesk SketchBook Pro desktop software, delivering much of the same power and functionality to mobile devices. A combination of high-quality digital pencils, pens, markers and airbrushes, as well as an artist-friendly, gesture-based user interface, helps enable users to capture their ideas as quick informal sketches or produce artwork on-the-go."
I've seen some pretty amazing artwork come from iPad users running SketchBook Pro, just look at Jim Lee's Twitter feed. Needless to say I was fairly excited to see that Autodesk had released an Android version of their wonderful SketchBook Mobile program. After wasting about 20 minutes doodling on my phone with the Express version (while I should have been working) I went ahead and purchased the full version. The interesting thing is that the press release lists the full version at $2.99, I just purchased it in the Market for $0.99. The free version was probably enough for my doodling needs but for 99 cents why not pick up the full version? Any of our wonderfully talented Thoughts readers out there care to share some of their work? :)