SketchBook Pro 2.5: Stroke Colour Randomisation, Independent Control Over: Hue, Saturation, (and More)

SketchBook Pro 2.5: Stroke Colour Randomisation, Independent Control Over: Hue, Saturation, (and More)


Perhaps one of the first App Store offerings to really show the potential of the iPad as a professional drawing medium, Autodesk SketchBook® Pro for iPad has this week seen an update which further solidifies its position among other similar offerings.

The new version of the drawing suite (2.5) now includes the ability to randomize the color for each of your strokes as well as having complete independent control over the Hue, Saturation, and Brightness, of your sketch. Other improvements center around SketchBook’s ‘Color Palette,’ which now provides even quicker access to both the colour editor and colour picker.

Also, for those of you out there who may have been waiting for palm support, (allowing you to rest to palm on the iPad‘s display while also being able to continue your sketch), may be pleased to hear that SketchBook Pro 2.5 also brings with it support for a new feature called ‘Palm Rest,’ allowing you to achieve just this.


OTHER FEATURES IN THIS VERSION INCLUDE:

- All brush sets now loaded by default
- Bug Fixes

SketchBook Pro for iPad is a $4.99 for those who don’t already own a previous copy of the app. For those of you who do, this week’s update arrives FREE and weighs in at 35.4 MB.