Randomize Color is a recent feature that we've added into the Color Editor for both the free and Paid versions of SketchBook on iPhone and iPad.
With slider controls, you can set up random behaviors for Hue, Saturation and Brightness that let you create both broad color shifts or very controlled color variations with each stroke.
This feature is available on iOS, but we will be adding it to other platforms soons too.
We thought we'd share a video and a few tips about this fun and useful feature after we received a few requests by fans who saw it in some of our previous YouTube videos.
Think about Random Color for building up tone & texture, even for a single colors or with BLACK & White. For example, with a setting of 15-25% on brightness slider you can add nice sutble variation and emotion.
THINGS TO TRY...
There are some obvious examples where Random Color can be applied... Think of a field of grass, fur, hair, or other very textured elements. You can also try building it up effects... do one pass with a base color that has only Brightness variation; then with a a bit of Hue randomization, then layer on another with lighter color and only randomizing Saturation.
There are tons of combinations to explore, so have fun with it and see what comes out!