You love drawing. You want to draw every day. But life gets in the way. This is exactly why Sktchy launched an in-app subscription.
Each day, as a subscriber, you'll get everything you need to build a life-changing drawing habit, directly inside the Sktchy app:
- A new drawing tip from an extraordinary Sktchy artist
- An exclusive video of the artist demonstrating the tip
- An inspiring, hand-picked reference photo to draw
You can also set up a regular drawing reminder. So when the time comes, all you have to do is sit down and start sketching.
First Week Free
Your first week as a subscriber is free of charge. After that, the subscription costs $24.99/month (USD) – less than $1/day to make drawing and artistic growth a part of your daily life.
If you choose to remain a subscriber after the free trial, your subscription will automatically renew at the end of each month through your iTunes account. You can easily turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings.
Sktchy will remain a free app that you can join and use at no cost. As an option, you will be able to register for the Sktchy Subscription via in-app purchase.
How to Subscribe
- Get the latest Sktchy update in the App Store
- Tap "Daily Tip" at the top of your Home feed
- Tap "Read more" under the first tip to start the sign-up process
Meet June's Featured Artists
Each month a new group of featured artists will share tips and videos with subscribers, starting with...
In this Q&A, Koanne shares the story of her creative journey from Hong Kong to California and back, talks extensively about her favorite art supplies and gives advice on breaking out of a creative rut.
Learn how a childhood friend with a photographic memory inspired this Brooklyn-based illustrator to draw every day.
Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Sergei is a self-taught artist who uses loose lines, a sharp eye and every color in the rainbow to create portraits that go beyond likeness, capturing his subject's unique personality.
Born in Kingston, raised in Miami, Nadyia overcame childhood cancer to become a professional arts educator and a prolific creator of bold, vividly detailed portrait art.
"When drawing becomes your favorite moment in the day, how could you stop it?" In this Q&A, McLovin talks about his prolific drawing habit and creating art to make people laugh.
"I made very little time for myself and neglected my love for painting." Learn how Carmel got her creative groove back in this new Q&A.