SketchBook Pro Review - The Price & Resources

SketchBook Pro Review - The Price & Resources
Do you like using software with a monthly/yearly subscription license? I'm still using Adobe Creative Suite 6, which is the last version before Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription. Unfortunately, the subscription license is here to stay. So I'm always looking for software that I can use in place of Adobe's software, which now costs $49/month for just on application.

Recently I've had a renewed interest in creating digital stamps and clipart for crafters. So I've been researching natural media painting software and decided to take another look at Autodesk's SketchBook Pro. I've been curious about SketchBook since the addition of the Copic Color Library and Copic Brushes. But what I liked the most was that the yearly subscription is only $29. The $29 is for the entire year and not just for one month. That's quite a savings from Adobe's yearly subscription of $599.

If you would like to check out SketchBook, here are some of my favorite blog articles on the Autodesk website.

SketchBook and Copic Markers Team Up

Photoshop Vs. SketchBook: How Brushes Compare

Going Pro: 5 Tools That Will Make You Better

Old School Art Values: CrossHatch Brush Set

Free Brush Set: Halloween Stamps

Crayons Brush Set: Free Brushes

Free Brush Set: Fine Art Pencils

Manga Basics: Free Brush Set & Drawing Tutorial

Free Brush Set: Manga Stamps & Shoujo Art

Korean Storybook Art Brush Set

Textured Watercolor Brush Set

Free Brush Set: Skin Textures

How To Draw Hair In Detail

Adanna Onuekwusi's Fantasy Portraits

2 Ways To Draw Hands: Anatomy & Forms

How To Draw Female Faces By Loish

Free Brush: Painting In Creamy Pastels

How To Draw Cats: Monika Zagrobelna's Detailed Approach

Making Lapel Pins Using SketchBook: Step-By-Step With Simone Brown

Create Perfect Line Art In SketchBook

Disclosure: Autodesk provided a copy of SketchBook to me for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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