SketchBook Pro has a new, simpler sibling: SketchBook Ink.
If you're an artist, the iPad's your oyster — especially with apps like SketchBook Pro.
Instead of fingers, how about a pen? Wacom, maker of pen-based tablets, has made their stylus for the iPad. We go hands-on.
If you own a Tablet PC and need a program for concept sketching or client review, Alias Sketchbook Pro 2 is worth looking into.
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A few passionate workers fostered the development of the hit app Sketchbook Mobile, changing the direction of the company, all without the knowledge of the leadership team.
A new iPad animation app makes doodling flipbook-style moving pictures super easy.
It looks like a book, but when you open its cover, Lumio glows with ambient LED light.
Kickstarter project AppSeed allows you to photograph your sketches on paper or a whiteboard and turn them into a functioning prototype of your app.
Adobe Ink is a very nice stylus, though $200 is a heavy burden to lay on the entire package's slight shoulders, and the apps are solid if not spectacular.