Efflam Mercier tests SketchBook Pro 4.0’s new iPad interface

Efflam Mercier is a concept artist at Riot Games in Los Angeles. He has worked on projects such as world building the universe of League of Legends, concept art for X-Men Apocalypse, and Magic: The Gathering illustrations.

Watch Efflam use Autodesk SketchBook 4.0 on an iPad Pro for the first time to create a concept from a story he is developing. He walks through the new interface improvements for the iPad which allow you to intuitively hide and show interface elements to concentrate on your creations.

SketchBook Pro 4.0 for iOS includes a host of new features including  100Mpx canvas size (iPad Pro only), unlimited layers, unlimited Undo/Redo, two-hand mode (full-screen with UI on demand for iPad Pro), a new Marking Menu for 5 commonly used tools, 60+ new brushes (including colorless blending brushes, texture brushes, color dodge and color burn), Color Balance Adjustment for Hue, Saturation and Brightness, and many more.

Download SketchBook for iOS free from the App Store. You can upgrade to Pro Tools for US$4.99 (mobile only) or purchase a subscription to unlock the full power of SketchBook on all devices (desktop, tablet, and phone) for US$29.99/year or US$4.99/month.


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