MacRumors reports today that Autodesk has finally released the Sketchbook Ink app that was used to showcase the newest iPad when Apple launched it back in March. The app introduces unique technology to enable artists to create stunning high-res ink-style art on the iPad. According to MacRumors, the app boasts seven different strokes using virtual ink that is so realistic it even leaves marks on the virtual page that make it look like the ink has soaked into the â€œpaperâ€. According to a report on Technologizer as quoted by MacRumors, Sketchbook Ink is a marked improvement on Autodeskâ€™s other sketching app, Sketchbook Pro, in as much as the drawings that you sketch are resolution independent, rather than bitmaps, meaning that they can be zoomed in on to your heartâ€™s content, and can also be saved to the iPadâ€™s Photo Library, Dropbox, or iTunes, or emailed at resolutions even higher than 2048x1536, making it perfect for printing.
Click here to download the app for the limited time price of $1.99: SketchBook Ink for iPad on the iTunes App Store
Source: Autodesk Releases 'Sketchbook Ink' iPad Drawing App Demo'd at New iPad Launch - Mac Rumors