Autodesk Sketchbook - Was £67 now FREE
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Autodesk Sketchbook - Was £67 now FREE

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Found 8th Sep 2018
Saw this in Web User and thought I would share. Autodesk Sketchbook which was £67 per year is now totally FREE for individuals
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For those that don't want to share anonymous usage data, the option to untick it isn't in preferences as stated during setup. It's under 'help' then 'about SketchBook'.
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ezzer7217 m ago

Out of interest, what do you mean by that?


Which part? It's fairly self explanatory I thought?
ezzer726 m ago

No, it isn’t really. Do you mean you already have an Android tablet? Or y …No, it isn’t really. Do you mean you already have an Android tablet? Or you have shares in Google’s Android division or something?I have had Android flagship phones since around 2009 (at least one new one each year) but use an iPad Pro as I find it far superior to every Android tablet I have tried so far. Does that mean I’m heavily invested in Android, iOS, neither, both?


So you like to use different OS whereas many people such as myself like to stick to one on their mobile devices. Different people have different tastes and behaviours. It's a pretty simple concept.
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Very hot. Downloaded on me iPad and Samsung
7 days trial only ?
Thanks @Crew.Designs
Edited by: "Mark_WwY" 8th Sep 2018
Marek_Zaba9 m ago

7 days trial only ?



“Autodesk ID required after trial”. Free but you’ll need to register after 7 days. Heat!
Marek_Zaba16 m ago

7 days trial only ?


After which you have to create a free account and id and sign on to continue to use. It's still free, however
Edited by: "BertieWusster" 8th Sep 2018
oynedy51 s ago

“Autodesk ID required after trial”. Free but you’ll need to register after …“Autodesk ID required after trial”. Free but you’ll need to register after 7 days. Heat!


So it's free to sign up for autodesk?
Marek_Zaba11 m ago

7 days trial only ?


It just says you need an auto desk ID, not a sub (just glanced at it, so could be wrong about this if you click through deeper). I’ve had this package for an age though, can’t remember it costing anything like £67, would that be for a cross platform version? I’ve only used it on iPad.
manishman6 m ago

So it's free to sign up for autodesk?


Yes.
Just used this, very very good !
I've used it before on my surface tablet. It's a brilliant app!
Every piece of Autodesk software is free for 3 years if you are a student or teacher...don’t recall having to provide any ID though.
Looking forward to playing with this!
Fab bit of software to use on the Microsoft Surface Studio and now its free for the Pro variant.. Ta very much!
Can anyone recomend a good tablet for drawing on? I know i pads are good but I'm heavily invested in android
Something for nowt, excellent post, Thanks
nekoangel14 m ago

Can anyone recomend a good tablet for drawing on? I know i pads are good …Can anyone recomend a good tablet for drawing on? I know i pads are good but I'm heavily invested in android


Would love to know this also
For those that don't want to share anonymous usage data, the option to untick it isn't in preferences as stated during setup. It's under 'help' then 'about SketchBook'.
nekoangel34 m ago

Can anyone recomend a good tablet for drawing on? I know i pads are good …Can anyone recomend a good tablet for drawing on? I know i pads are good but I'm heavily invested in android


Out of interest, what do you mean by that?
nekoangel37 m ago

Can anyone recomend a good tablet for drawing on? I know i pads are good …Can anyone recomend a good tablet for drawing on? I know i pads are good but I'm heavily invested in android


lenovo.com/gb/…B1L

I've had one of these a couple of years. Brilliant for drawing. Uses Wacom tech. Got mine for £350 new and have seen it going for that occasionally since then. A second version is on the way though.
ezzer7217 m ago

Out of interest, what do you mean by that?


Which part? It's fairly self explanatory I thought?
essjay_2215 m ago

https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/tablets/android-tablets/yoga-tablet/Lenovo-YB1-X90L/p/ZZITZTOYB1LStrong recommendation


But it looks like it doesn't draw directly to screen. I've got a wacom and always thought direct to screen was better? Can you get pressemure sensitivity etc?
Been using Autodesk products for 15 years. Very unusual for them to give one away for free! They do seem to be hoovering up the market though.
I'd say direct to screen is better, but this allows you to write and draw on paper I guess. It states quite prominently that it has pressure sensitivity.

There's always the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and now S4.

Proper on screen wacom (I don't believe they state it's wacom tech but it is as far as I can tell - but wacom tablet tech, not the same as high end wacom)
Thanks.
nekoangel20 m ago

But it looks like it doesn't draw directly to screen. I've got a wacom and …But it looks like it doesn't draw directly to screen. I've got a wacom and always thought direct to screen was better? Can you get pressemure sensitivity etc?


I've had a Galaxy Note tablet/phone before but much prefer drawing off the screen. No palm getting in the way or causing unwanted touches (even with palm rejection). It's so comfortable to use held in portrait orientation. Yes it's pressure sensitive and you can use any stylus compatible with the Note series. I use a larger Note stylus with a button that also gives it a colour picker function, or whatever function you want to assign to it.
Thanks op
essjay_226 m ago

I've had a Galaxy Note tablet/phone before but much prefer drawing off the …I've had a Galaxy Note tablet/phone before but much prefer drawing off the screen. No palm getting in the way or causing unwanted touches (even with palm rejection). It's so comfortable to use held in portrait orientation. Yes it's pressure sensitive and you can use any stylus compatible with the Note series. I use a larger Note stylus with a button that also gives it a colour picker function, or whatever function you want to assign to it.


Oh I didn't realise the yoga would take other inputs..... I will certainly have to look into it. I do like the keyboard bit too.

I'm after something that if I decide I like enough I can get serious work done on drawing wise....
nekoangel49 m ago

Which part? It's fairly self explanatory I thought?


No, it isn’t really. Do you mean you already have an Android tablet? Or you have shares in Google’s Android division or something?

I have had Android flagship phones since around 2009 (at least one new one each year) but use an iPad Pro as I find it far superior to every Android tablet I have tried so far. Does that mean I’m heavily invested in Android, iOS, neither, both?
ezzer726 m ago

No, it isn’t really. Do you mean you already have an Android tablet? Or y …No, it isn’t really. Do you mean you already have an Android tablet? Or you have shares in Google’s Android division or something?I have had Android flagship phones since around 2009 (at least one new one each year) but use an iPad Pro as I find it far superior to every Android tablet I have tried so far. Does that mean I’m heavily invested in Android, iOS, neither, both?


So you like to use different OS whereas many people such as myself like to stick to one on their mobile devices. Different people have different tastes and behaviours. It's a pretty simple concept.
essjay_225 m ago

So you like to use different OS whereas many people such as myself like to …So you like to use different OS whereas many people such as myself like to stick to one on their mobile devices. Different people have different tastes and behaviours. It's a pretty simple concept.


The other guy said he was heavily invested, I just asked him what he meant.

I like having the best of both Worlds, hence the split of my usage.
ezzer726 h, 37 m ago

No, it isn’t really. Do you mean you already have an Android tablet? Or y …No, it isn’t really. Do you mean you already have an Android tablet? Or you have shares in Google’s Android division or something?I have had Android flagship phones since around 2009 (at least one new one each year) but use an iPad Pro as I find it far superior to every Android tablet I have tried so far. Does that mean I’m heavily invested in Android, iOS, neither, both?


I meant I have plenty of paid for apps and other android devices but it seems you thought literally. I have never owned an apple product so I'd say I'm heavily invested in the android aide of things. Perhaps committed is a better choice of word?
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Autodesk can afford this after charging me thousands of pounds a year for 3ds max.
Great deal. I would have paid for this.
acjwalker4 h, 27 m ago

Autodesk can afford this after charging me thousands of pounds a year for …Autodesk can afford this after charging me thousands of pounds a year for 3ds max.


Jeez they saw you coming.
My 3ds XL was 79quid
Edited by: "FryItUpp" 9th Sep 2018
FryItUpp9th Sep 2018

Jeez they saw you coming.My 3ds XL was 79quid



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Hot OP ! Getting downloaded in background !
nekoangel2 h, 26 m ago

I meant I have plenty of paid for apps and other android devices but it …I meant I have plenty of paid for apps and other android devices but it seems you thought literally. I have never owned an apple product so I'd say I'm heavily invested in the android aide of things. Perhaps committed is a better choice of word?


Would you need to be committed to heavily invest in this? Looks amazing and The Gadget Show loved it.

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