Before we talk about the SketchBook Motion differences between the free and subscription versions, let’s look at what Motion is. SketchBook Motion was named iPad App of the Year for 2016 and brings life to your images!
Create beautiful animated scenes, communicate simple to complex concepts, or just have fun! With SketchBook Motion, add lively effects or subtle movement to your still illustrations. Watch as elements move, multiply, and grow. Combine these easy effects to create endless possibilities, adding meaning and emotion to your work.
SketchBook Motion is fully-unlocked for SketchBook subscribers. You can save up to 3 scenes without a subscription. To try the full version FREE for 7 days, check out the trial.
The differences between free and subscription
Whether you have the subscription version or the free, you will find they both have the same features, with one big exception, scene creation. For the free version, you can only create three scenes. The subscription version has unlimited scene creation.
What is a scene? A scene is the animated project you create in SketchBook Motion. It can be as simple or as complex as you imagine. Animate a bird flying, rain falling, a prototype of your next product, or a logo with glows and other effects.
To purchase a subscription, click here.
- If you choose to upgrade to a Pro subscription, you will be charged through your iTunes Account.
- Subscription automatically renews for the subscription period you select, unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You will receive a reminder email prior to the end of your current subscription period.
- You may cancel your SketchBook subscription at any time, however; it will not take effect until the end of your current subscription period.
Special thanks to the following artists for providing some of the truly creative work found in the Gallery:
- Ko Maruyama
- Rina Piccolo
- Jules Soto
- David Thorp
- Ryohei Yamashita