How do you draw in Autodesk SketchBook Mobile?

Is Autodesk SketchBook on mobile?

Autodesk releases its latest SketchBook 4.0 painting and drawing app – available in May for iPad and iPhone – for Android users on Google Play today. … SketchBook 4.0 was released first for iOS, now Android, and we expect an upgrade for Amazon Fire to follow.

Is there a pen tool in Autodesk SketchBook?

There are only two styluses that are compatible with devices running the latest version of SketchBook Pro Mobile: For iOS, use the Apple Pencil. For Android, use the Samsung S Pen.

How do you draw in Autodesk?

Using Shape tools in SketchBook Pro Mobile

  1. Tap , then. Shapes.
  2. Tap one of the following styles, then tap-drag to draw: to draw a straight line. to draw a rectangle. …
  3. Do one of the following: Tap-drag to draw a shape. To stay in the tool and change the brush and/or color, tap , then tap or . …
  4. To exit the tool, tap x.

How do you fill in Autodesk SketchBook Mobile?

Flood filling an area

  1. In the toolbar, tap .
  2. Select a color from the Color Editor.
  3. Tap to fill the current layer or. for all visible layers. Selected Layer. Fill Outcome. Current layer. All visible layers.
  4. Select a fill.
  5. To accept the fill, click or. to decline the fill.

How do I turn on pen mode in SketchBook?

Exclusive to Samsung S Pen devices.

  1. Tap. Preference and pair your stylus with SketchBook.
  2. Return to. and select Pen Mode.
  3. Tap ON to activate Pen Mode for palm rejection.
  4. Check Enable Multi-touch Gestures if you want to manipulate the canvas, hide the UI, etc. with multi-touch gestures.
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What do you draw on SketchBook?

Creativity/Originality

  1. Draw yourself as an original superhero.
  2. Make a drawing that looks sticky.
  3. Draw a mysterious doorway or staircase.
  4. Draw an empty room. …
  5. Draw a flower. …
  6. Draw an object melting.
  7. Draw an imaginary place, adding all kinds of details.
  8. Draw a gumball machine that dispenses anything but gumballs.