Awesome! Whats it for? I always loved rainbow Mika as a character and I wanna see her in a modern fighting game like SFIV or SF VS Tekken, but I've really liked her moveset graphically; maybe if they made her more like El Fuerte. Even though El Fuerte is not very powerful, I super-enjoy using his fighting style. I loose a lot with him even though I am much better with other characters.
SBP is really, extremely lightweight. So there's no issue with stroke control; it's honestly the closest thing to drawing on real paper in the digital format. And the UI isn't cluttered at all, it's very streamlined. You don't even need a keyboard to maneuver along the file while drawing/panning/zooming in and out. What's the word I could say... efficient. It's definitely keeps the user drawing efficiently and just focus on drawing.
Of course I will always love Photoshop, (first love, hard to ditch, y'know the drill) but for drawing (and recently, paintingskin tones in it!), Sketchbook Pro fills that void personally, for me.
Nice, thanxs for replying my work horse its Painter the only thing that freaks me a bit about skechbook, its that its all white, i dont know were the edges of canvas paper ends, probably because i havent customize it or something, maybe i should upgrade my sketchbook pro, im still using the 2011 one