Sketchbook Pro for iPad Autodesk SketchBook® Pro for iPad is a professional-grade paint and drawing application. Using the same paint engine as its desktop counterpart, SketchBook Pro delivers a complete set of sketching & painting tools through a streamlined and intuitive user interface designed exclusively for the iPad experience. Whether you are an occasional doodler or a professional illustrator, SketchBook Pro transforms your iPad into the ultimate digital SketchBook. If you love SketchBook Mobile for iPhone, you will adore SketchBook Pro on the iPad. Features: • Full Screen work space with support for any device orientation • Canvas size: 1024 x 768 ✓Multi-touch Interface: • Two finger pan & zoom navigation with 2500% zoom • Three finger tap for controls • Three finger swipe gestures for quick access ✓High quality brushes and tools: • Professional grade paint engine delivers smooth and precise brush strokes • 75 preset brushes, including pencils, pens, markers, natural media and photo brushes • New Nature & Stamp brushes • Flood fill and smear tool • Completely customizable brush settings for each brush • Draw styles for creating straight lines, rectangles, and circles • Synthetic pressure sensitivity (brush fade-off) • 10 levels of undo and redo (Quick Access: three finger swipe left and right) • Dynamic symmetric drawing • Quick Access: Three finger swipe down on canvas ✓Layers: • 6 Layers allowing ease of editing and control • Import layers from Photo Library • Duplicate, Merge and Reorder Layers • Move, scale, and rotate layers interactively using Multi-Touch • Toggle visibility and adjust Layer Opacity • Quick Access: Three finger swipe up on canvas ✓Gallery: • Store and view work-in-progress • Export to Photo Library • E-mail images • Export as a layered PSD file • Browse images in full screen mode ✓Colors: • Color Wheel with HSB and RBG color space • Customizable Color Swatches • Eye-dropper color selection • Erase color chip to convert any brush into custom eraser ✓Stay Connected: • Built in SketchBook News panel for live info about Sketching events and announcements • Visual help pages Screenshots: I know I'm one of only a few people here interested in using the iPad for digital art, but STILL! Isn't this awesome??