The sketching app for Windows 10, Sketchable received an update to version 5.0, adding useful new features to the app. You can read the changelog below.

Changelog

Sketchable 5.0 includes several new editing tools, chief among them is Selection. When designingthis feature, we wanted to give Sketchable users something unique. Our goal is always to push the boundaries of what is possible by focusing on high fidelity animationscentered around touch and pen first interactions. With this in mind, we pioneered a novel approach to manipulating a complex geometric shape with real time feedback. Now it is possible to add, remove, intersect, outside, and xor a complex polygon with real time feedback. This new implementation allows users to see the exact manipulation of the selection as they edit it, maintaining their creative workflow.

  • Need a fall color palette to complete that landscape piece, well now you can simply import it and get straight to painting.
  • With the addition of snowflake symmetry, up to five sectors, and up to ten with rotational symmetry, it creates beautiful, intricate patterns with little to no effort.
  • Sketchable’s new smoothing features, line-drawing is easier in three different ways: basic, smoothest, and leash. These options provide an improved experience with little to no compromise in performance.
  • Sketchable’s innovative solution incorporates over 130 voice commands with their partner Keyboard shortcut. Giving power users the efficient workflow they crave in a modern world.

You can download Sketchable here from Windows Store for free. However, each tool costs $1.99 while the color picker costs $2.99. If you are really into sketching, you can buy the whole bundle for $11.99.

Source: Siliconbenders

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