We are accepting submissions for our "Archisketch Drawing Contest”. The competition is free to enter and it’s open to all existing and potential users of Archisketch. The competition aims to demonstrate the wide variety of work that can be produced using Archisketch on the iPad.
Zoom in and out on a drawing without any loss of image quality.
Import images and PDF files from Photos app, email and web pages, even when Archisketch is not running, using the Share Extensions. Imported images are added to your scrap book automatically, available in Archisketch at any time.
Using the freehand tool and the Apple Pencil, sketch initial ideas to scale, just like a tracing pad. Hardline your concepts, add symbols and dimension lines. Develop your design for early-stage meetings and collaboration
perspective & 3D visualisation
Add custom images such as company logos or plan blocks. Add text labels and a scale rule. Share using PDF, or print up to A1 size directly from your iPad.
Draw in axonometric, isometric or use smart one- and two-points perspectives. Show a design in context of its surroundings. Simply import an image; then set the perspective grid to the image and sketch your ideas.
Add furniture, fittings or floor plan details to your drawing from the included symbols library. Make your own custom symbols, and add them to the symbols library to use across all your drawings and projects.
Watch video tutorials from the extensive video library to learn more about Archisketch and its time-saving features. Get video help when you need it.
Duplicate a shape along the line. Archisketch provides the overall dimension, between the start and the end points, as well as the distance between each element, automatically.
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ends 28th of Feb 2018
In addition to grids, you can also set up guide lines and create sub-divisions between them. Drawing points will snap to guide lines automatically, to simplify setting up a layout for your drawing.
The app is great and saves me so much time! Actually, it got me a big raise at work, once I was able to show how much faster solar systems could be designed.
As you draw shapes, the relevant information, such as dimensions and angles, are displayed on the screen. Plus, the line thickness can represent wall thicknesses in your plan layout with values in Centimetres or Inches.
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With a tap and a drag, add dimension lines to your drawings
Archisketch is a scale-aware sketching program ideal for Architects, interior and landscape designers, product designers, design students, or anyone working with design on an iPad.
For more information visit the competition web page