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What’s New for SketchBook Win/Mac (v.8.3)

Here’s what you will find in this release of SketchBook:

We heard from our Windows 10 users that they like Steady Stroke, so we added Steady Stroke and Predictive Stroke. Now you can apply different amounts of smoothness to your initial stroke, while preserving sharp corners. Now, you can draw perfect circles, ellipses, and straight lines freehand!

Take brush stroke customization further. We added a new level of texture control to create brushes with more richness and depth. Try the new Signature Ink, Pencil Pal, Soft Pastel, Watercolor, Dusty Airbrush brushes and see how it’s done. The possibilities are endless.

Speaking of brushes, we saw some of you noticed that we give away a new free brush set every Monday. We’re glad you like them! Now, subscribers have the SketchBook Extras panel, which makes it even easier to bring content into SketchBook. Simply click on the ones you want to load them directly into your SketchBook.

You will also find the following bug fixes:

  • When Transparent Color is active, pen-pressure works as expected with brush opacity.
  • For Mac 10.12 users, the banner page is displayed in the language of your operating system.
  • Now, Use texture as icon works for the Designer brush, Hardline Airbrush, when the texture mode is set to Shape+Color.
  • The Symmetry tool now detects light strokes.
  • For Mac 10.11 + MacBook Pro (Trackpad) + SketchBook 8.2.X users, you can now move around the canvas using your trackpad.

What’s New for SketchBook Windows 10 (v.1.3)

VERSION 1.3 – THE ONE WITH EVEN MORE BRUSHES. We made another change to the brush engine and think you are really going to like it. In addition to fully customizable brushes with import and export, we added another element of customization: texture. Now, you can make brushes that incorporate both a texture and stamp shape for an infinite number of new combinations. We made a few to get you started and included them in this update. To find out how these work, check out the help and blog.

Speaking of brushes, we saw, in the reviews, some of you noticed that we give away a new free brush set every Monday. We’re glad you like them! We also want to make it even easier to get them into SketchBook, so you can try them right away. With this update, Pro subscribers now have the SketchBook Extras panel, with the newest brush set available for download. Just click the set you want and BOOM – they’re in your Brush Palette.


What’s New in SketchBook Motion (v.1.1.1)

For iPad users, we fixed the drawing offset issue that occurred when your iPad was set to Zoomed display mode.


What’s New in SketchBook Motion (v.1.1.2)

You will find bug fixes and stability improvements in this release.


What’s New in SketchBook Motion (v.1.1)

Thanks to everyone who tried SketchBook Motion and provided feedback on their experience. We recognize the frustration some of the free users had when trying to save their first scene, so we improved the workflow to make it easier to use. SketchBook Motion now comes with 3 free scene saves. Introducing monthly subscription and get a 7 day free trial, so you can check out the benefits of both SketchBook Motion and our core drawing app, SketchBook. Keep the feedback coming, and we’ll keep making SketchBook Motion better.

The SketchBook Motion interface is now available in the following languages: 繁體中文, 简体中文, 日本語, 한국어, Español, Français, Italiano, Português, Pусский, or Deutsch.


What’s New SketchBook Mobile iOS (v.3.7.3)

Here are the updates you’ll find in this version of SketchBook:

  • Compatibility update for Wacom® stylus

What’s New for SketchBook Windows 10 (v.1.2)

VERSION 1.2 – THE ONE WITH THE BRUSHES (AND OTHER STUFF YOU ASKED FOR). This is the update that brings brush import, export, and customization to Windows 10. We’ve also added some cool 3-finger gestures for Undo and Redo. Let’s start with brushes.

You can now create custom brushes, export them for others to try, and import brushes made by others (we feature a new set every Monday at SketchBook.com/blog). You can also add or delete brushes and/or brush groups from the Brush Palette. Making your own brushes and using other custom brushes can open up a whole new world of possibilities. Create custom icons for brushes, including texture icons. Find the new brush management features in the Brush Library. We think Windows 10 users are going to love this as much as our other SketchBook for desktop users do. Happy Brush Day everyone!

We also saw a number of you asked for gesture control for Undo and Redo, so we added that, too. With 3-fingers, simply swipe to the left to undo or to the right to redo an action.

We’ve added a new Preferences dialog with options for enabling Pen Mode and gestures or resetting the app to the factory defaults. We also fixed the issue with not being able to exit the Color Picker or sketch in SketchBook after using ALT+TAB to switch apps on Windows.

Thanks, as always, for drawing with SketchBook. If you like what we’re doing, leave a review here in the Windows Store, or get in touch with us on Facebook (/autodesksketchbook) or Twitter (@SketchBookPro), or chat live with us during our Twitch streams (twitch.tv/autodesksketchbook). Get support, find tutorials, and see other cool stuff at SketchBook.com.


SketchBook iOS and Android (v.3.7.2)

Fixed a number of bugs


What’s New for SketchBook Windows 10 (v.1.1.0)

EPISODE 1.1: THE RETURN OF PEN MODE. We read your reviews, talk to you on Facebook, chat with you on Twitch, and hear what you are saying. You wanted Pen Mode Pen Mode icon in the what's new back, so it’s back.

Also, we would like to wish a warm welcome (歡迎, 欢迎, ようこそ, 환영합니다, Bienvenidos, Bienvenue, Benvenuto, Bem-vindo, Добро пожаловать, Willkommen) to users who prefer the app in one of these languages: 繁體中文, 简体中文, 日本語, 한국어, Español, Français, Italiano, Português, Pусский, or Deutsch. SketchBook uses your device’s language settings to display the app in that language. To display the app in a different language, close SketchBook, change the language used by your operating system, then reopen the app.

Finally, we’ve also improved canvas behavior when resizing the app window and fixed more bugs.

Thanks, as always, for drawing with SketchBook. If you like what we’re doing, leave a review here in the Windows Store, or get in touch with us on Facebook (/autodesksketchbook) or Twitter (@SketchBookPro), during our live streams on Twitch (/autodesksketchbook). Get support, find tutorials, and see other cool stuff at SketchBook.com.


What’s New for SketchBook Win/Mac (v.8.2.3)

The following issues were fixed in this release of SketchBook:

  • When changes are made to hotkeys, they are now saved.
  • When using the Shift key, proportional scaling/cropping and distort are now constrained to one direction.
  • Now when changing the size of your brush from small to bigger using either the B hotkey or Brush Puck, the brush is no longer flatten.
  • If your system account name uses unicode characters (such as Chinese), you can now create a text layer without issue.
  • The content that appears when using Add Image to bring a PSD file with layers into SketchBook is as expected.
  • Create text against a background in FlipBook without issue.
  • If you’ve had issues with .tif files in SketchBook, this has been resolved.

The following MAC specific issues were fixed in this release of SketchBook:

  • Hotkeys containing ALT not instantly work.
  • Only one of the Color Editors is displayed.

SketchBook Mobile for iOS (v.3.7)

We designed the interface of SketchBook to keep you in the zone, free of distractions, so you can focus on drawing. We know that sometimes the screen you’re drawing on is small, so we added a feature to hide interface elements that are a little too close to your finger when drawing.

Now, purchase a SketchBook Subscription using your iTunes account, right here on your mobile device. A SketchBook Subscription unlocks the SketchBook Pro features across all your devices, including Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android, with a single purchase.


SketchBook Mobile for Android (v.3.7)

Random color example created in SketchBookIf you are the kind of person who likes to roll the dice and leave things to chance, we dig it. Randomized color has been added to SketchBook. Quickly lay down varying colored strokes using the same brush. In the Color Editor, tap the arrow at the bottom of the Color Wheel to enable Randomize and set how crazy you want to get.

We designed the interface of SketchBook to keep you in the zone, free of distractions, so you can focus on drawing. We know that sometimes the screen you’re drawing on is small, so we added a feature to hide interface elements that are a little too close to your finger when drawing.

Now, purchase a SketchBook Subscription using your Google Play account, right here on your mobile device. A SketchBook Subscription unlocks the SketchBook Pro features across all your devices, including Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android, with a single purchase.


What’s New for SketchBook Win/Mac (v.8.2.1 )

This dot release went out to address some bug fixes and performance enhancements that just couldn’t wait.

 

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Visit this post to get information on the latest updates to the Autodesk SketchBook family of products. For what’s new in other languages, check out the following links: Deutsch Español Français Italiano Português Pусский 日本語 한국어 简体中文 繁體中文 What's New for SketchBook Win/Mac (v.8.3) Here's what you will find in this release of SketchBook: We heard from our Windows 10 users that they...