Expressive drawing and painting with Sketch.
Photoshop Sketch lets you create expressive drawings anywhere using natural drawing tools like pencils, pens, markers, and watercolor brushes to get all the textures and blending effects you’d get on paper.
Sketch in action.
Sketch gives you drawing tools that interact naturally with the canvas, including a graphite pencil, ink pen, and blending markers. Built-in brushes open up even more creative possibilities. Use Split View to keep your drawings and toolbox side by side on the same screen. Then send your sketches directly to desktop Photoshop CC to take them to the next level.
Sketch with tools that behave like the real thing — pencils, pens, markers, erasers, and custom brushes. Use blend modes to draw on top of existing brush strokes and create natural color changes. Try out the watercolor brush on your iPad Air, mini, or Pro.
See what other artists and designers are creating in the community gallery. Upload your art to Behance as a work in progress to get feedback right in the app.
Send to Illustrator and Photoshop
Send sketches to Adobe Illustrator to scale your work up to 4x for high-resolution printing. Or send them to Photoshop as layered PSD files with the drawing, the paper background, and the images all on separate layers so you can easily isolate your artwork.
Create without limits using brushes made in Adobe Capture CC. You can turn any photo into a brush for Sketch. You can also launch Capture CC from within the app, create a new brush, and have it immediately appear in your Sketch toolbar.
Tracing and collages
Use images from multiple sources—including royalty-free assets from Creative Cloud Market — for reference or as part of your composition.
Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries
Your custom brushes from Capture CC can be saved to Creative Cloud Libraries for quick access in Sketch and Adobe desktop apps like Photoshop and Illustrator. You can also access shared libraries via Sketch.
Collages with Adobe Stock and more
Use images from multiple sources — including royalty-free assets from Adobe Stock — for reference or as part of your composition. You can license Adobe Stock images right inside Sketch.
Support for the latest drawing hardware
Sketch supports the latest styluses from Adonit and Wacom, as well as Pencil by FiftyThree, Adobe Ink, and the new Apple Pencil for iPad Pro.
Learn & Support
Learn Sketch with our easy-to-follow tutorials, or find answers in the forums and FAQ.
Connected to Creative Cloud.
Because Sketch is part of Adobe Creative Cloud, you have access to everything it offers, including royalty-free assets in Creative Cloud Market and custom brushes in Creative Cloud Libraries. And in just one click you can send your sketches to Photoshop or Illustrator to take them further.
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