Earlier this week, Autodesk released an update to SketchBook Pro 2011 revealing a robust set of new features modeled after Copic Markers. (Press release on the Autodesk News Blog.) The full version of SketchBook Pro 2011 is priced at $59.00 (USD) and $65.00 (CAD) – Don’t get me started! – However, Autodesk has also released a special, limited edition of the Express version of their drawing software for free.

SketchBook Copic Edition is available in the Apple App Store.

Windows and Leopard (Mac) users can also download SketchBook Copic Edition from the Copic website.


Born and raised in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, on the east coast of Canada. I’ve made a career for myself in my home town as a Cartoonist, Illustrator and Animator. I own Animafax Entertainment. I draw Starcrossed a weekly comic strip, I co-host and produce The Dating Digital Podcast and co-host Comics Coast to Coast and For The Win Radio.

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Joel · July 21, 2011 at 3:10 pm

I have expanded on this post on my blog at StarcrossedOnline.com and I am hoping to post a further review of actually using SketchBook Copic Edition.

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