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Image by Ryohei Yamashita in the desktop version of SketchBook
Do you want to know what the differences are between the SketchBook desktop versions? What do you get with the free version and with the subscription? The table will help you with this.

   Free version  Pro (subscriber)

Optimized pen-based workflow
Stylus tilt and stamp scaling   
Multi-touch enabled (Wacom devices)
Import/Export common image files
Preset brushes

16 brushes

full library

Custom brushes
Straight & Circle Ruler
French Curve  
Steady Stroke  
Dynamic Perspective Guides   ✓ (new)

Synthetic and Blending brush types

 

Image Adjustments

 

Layer Stack

 

Layers

✓ (max 3) ✓ (unlimited)

Layer Grouping

 

Layer Blending Modes

 

Quick Transform

✓ (limited)

Flood Fill

✓  ✓ (new)

Gradient Fill

         ✓ (new)

Distort

              ✓ (new)

Movable Symmetry

✓ (limited)  
✓ (new)

FlipBook

              ✓ (new)

Persistent Selections

  ✓ (new)

Custom Canvas Size
up to 64 Megapixel

  ✓ (new)    
Copic Colors ✓ (36) ✓ (300+)    

Click here for a more detailed description of features and improvements in SketchBook.

The free version provides a basic set of tools to get you started drawing. For those of you who want more tools, Pro (paid) subscription is the way to go. You unlock the complete Pro toolset on any supported desktop computer or mobile device (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS) using your Autodesk account. You can also upload the free brushes that appear on the blog every Monday. Also, for users with a later model iPad, you get SketchBook Motion.

*NOTE  SketchBook mobile does not have all the same features as the desktop version. See here for a comparative list for the mobile version of the app.

More information is available at sketchbook.com or check out SketchBook in the Mac App Store.

Click here on how to download and log into SketchBook after you have purchased your subscription.

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Do you want to know what the differences are between the SketchBook desktop versions? What do you get with the free version and with the subscription? The table will help you with this.    Free version  Pro (subscriber) Optimized pen-based workflow ✓ ✓ Stylus tilt and stamp scaling    ✓ Multi-touch enabled (Wacom devices) ✓ ✓ Import/Export common image files ✓ ✓ Preset brushes ✓ 16 brushes ✓ full library Custom...