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Everything you need to create your best work
- Save and sync every document
- Keep all your documents together, in sync and available anywhere. Compare changes with a browsable version history and stay organised with Projects.
- Stay small, or scale up
- Whether on your own or with a team, you can easily manage your account, Workspace access and members from your admin dashboard. In any browser, at any time.
- Bring in Guests
- From one-off collaborations to working with freelancers and contractors, it’s easy to invite Workspace Guests, or offer access to specific documents.
- Share Libraries effortlessly
- Every Workspace member gets instant access to any shared Libraries. It makes onboarding a breeze, and keeps design systems in sync.
An award-winning, native editor
- Made for macOS
- Dark mode, customizable toolbars and shortcuts, RTL support, built-in spellcheck, local document editing, and pain-free offline access all come as standard.
- Ready for real-time collaboration
- Invite others to Workspace documents and work together, in real-time. No more pinging files back and forth or wondering who has the latest version.
- Built for design systems
- With Symbols, Styles and Color Variables, you’ll have everything you need to build, scale and share design systems that everyone can take advantage of.
- Perfect for prototyping
- Turn mockups into functional prototypes in minutes. Then test them in the browser and share them with a link — or try them out on your iOS device.
- And that’s not all…
- Plugins, Assistants, Smart Distribute, Smart Layout, multi-format and multi-scale exports, math operators, resizing constraints, Variable fonts and OpenType features, Mirror for iOS.
- View designs in any browser
- Browse Sketch documents and try out prototypes, right inside your web browser. Need to share your work with stakeholders? Simply copy a link.
- Comment and discuss
- Leave your feedback next to any Artboard, keep track of discussions with threads and make sure the right people get notified with mentions.
- Developer Handoff
- Invite developers to inspect designs, measure layers, copy attributes and download production-ready assets — all from their favorite browser.
- Stay on top of changes
- See every save with version history, browse through changes, roll back easily, and highlight important updates with Starred updates.
Looking for a Mac-only license?
Get the Mac app only. No Workspace, web app, or real-time collaboration. Includes updates for 12 months and optional renewal.
Why is there no free plan?
With our Standard and Business plans, you can invite unlimited Viewers to your Workspace for free. Viewers can browse and comment on designs in their web browser, and even inspect files and download assets for developer handoff.
Beyond free Viewers, though, we have no plans to offer an entirely free tier.
We want to operate in a way that’s sustainable. Our business model is simple — we sell our product at a fair price — and we’ve been profitable since day one. We believe this commitment to long-term sustainability is a responsibility to our customers, who can trust that we’ll continue to be here and support their work, as we have for more than 10 years.
Offering a free tier inevitably leads to unpaid costs (free tiers still require storage, bandwidth, support and more). As a result, most products with a free tier will gradually remove features or apply limitations in an effort to force customers to move to a paid tier. That doesn’t feel right to us.
Our focus is on adding value to our product with consistent improvements and new features, not finding ways to remove it for customers who we’ve enticed with a free tier.
Wherever possible, we do offer educational discounts for students, teachers, and academic institutions.
Which payment methods do you accept?
For our Standard plan, we currently accept credit or debit card payment only (handled by Stripe).
If you’re interested in our Business plan and need more flexibility in payment methods or terms, please contact us. We’ll be happy to discuss your options.
I have a license. Can I switch to a subscription?
When you switch to a subscription you can redeem $9 in credit for each remaining month on any non-educational license you own.
If you store documents and/or Libraries in an existing Personal Workspace, we’ll help you move them to your new Workspace when you start your subscription.
Switch to a subscription or learn more and calculate your credit.
How can I get a quote or purchase order?
Please contact us and we’ll be happy to help you out.
For paid invoices, you can find these in your Workspace settings at any time. Learn more
Do you offer educational discounts?
Yes. However, educational discounts are currently limited to Mac-only licenses.
We offer free licenses for institutions, and a 50% discount for students and teachers with valid ID and proof of eligibility.
You can apply for an educational license from our Education Store.
What are the differences between Viewers, Editors and Admins?
Viewers can use the web app on any computer to view, inspect, and comment on documents and Libraries, download assets, and play prototypes. This role is ideal for people such as project managers, developers and other stakeholders who don’t need to create and edit documents.
Editors can do everything Viewers can, as well as use the Mac app to create, edit, and save documents, prototypes, and Libraries. They also get a private Drafts folder for their work.
Admins can manage Workspaces and change members’ roles at any time. Both Viewers and Editors can be Admins.
Note: a Workspace must have at least one Editor at all times.
What are Guests? Do I need to pay for them?
Guests are people who are invited to specific documents in your Workspace. They’re not members of your Workspace, so they won’t be able to see every project, document or Library.
Any Workspace member can invite Guests to a document via Document Settings → Sharing in the web app, and can give each Guest permissions to either view, inspect, or edit that document.
Guests are free. Admins can view and remove Guests through Workspace Settings at any time.
Please note: Giving a Guest edit permissions doesn’t make them an Editor — they must be an Editor in another Workspace or have a valid license to use the Mac app to edit documents.
Can Editors use the Mac app on more than one device?
Each Editor in a Workspace can use their own Sketch Account to log in to the Mac app on any device they own.
Sharing Sketch Accounts between two or more people is a violation of our Terms of Service and may result in us suspending your account and terminating your service.
With a Mac-only license key, you will need to buy extra seats for additional devices.
Is my data secure and private?
We take data security very seriously
We use data encryption in transit and at rest, and all Workspace data is stored securely with Amazon Web Services in the United States. Our servers reside in a monitored and audited cloud, which is access-controlled to only allow a handful of authorized individuals to access data — and only to maintain and improve our services.
Read more in our Security Overview and other Terms & Policies.
We care deeply about privacy
We believe collaboration should not compromise your privacy. We don’t store data about what you do in your designs, so your managers can’t pull up a report that shows how long you’ve been working, for example. Some products consider tracking like this a feature. We consider its absence a feature.
Editors decide when they’re ready to share work, as they can store documents locally on their Mac, privately in their My Drafts folder, or in the shared Workspace. If an Editor leaves the Workspace, the system automatically deletes the contents of their My Drafts folder.
Read more in our Privacy Statement and other Terms & Policies.
Billing and Management
Where can I get an invoice?
You can view and download invoices in the web app, under Workspace Settings → Billing:
- Log in to the web app and navigate to your Workspace
- Select Workspace Settings at the bottom of the sidebar
- Select Billing in the navigation menu
- You’ll find your invoices under Billing History
Only Workspace administrators can see and access the Billing page.
How can I change or cancel my subscription?
Changing your subscription
To change between monthly and yearly billing, or to change between plans, please contact us.
Cancelling your subscription
You can cancel your subscription at any time from your Workspace Settings.
If you cancel your subscription, you’ll continue to have uninterrupted access to the products and services that you’ve paid for until the end of your current billing cycle.
For yearly subscriptions, you can contact us for a refund if you cancelled within 30 days after payment.
We’ll always send a reminder email to the Billing Contact address before your yearly subscription renews, so you’re never surprised by an unexpected payment.
How does adding or removing Editors affect my bill?
When you make changes to Workspace members and roles, we’ll always tell you if and how it affects your bill, and ask for your confirmation. If you’re on a yearly plan, we’ll email you before your subscription renews, so you can make changes or cancel altogether.
Here’s how we calculate your bill:
- The cost of your subscription is based on the number of Editor Seats in your Workspace.
- Each Editor in your Workspace needs a seat, but you can also have unused seats.
- When you remove or downgrade an Editor, this frees up a seat.
- When you make someone an Editor, they take up a free seat.
- If there are no free seats available, we’ll change you pro rata for a new seat.
- You can remove empty seats, or purchase more, at any time.
- Viewers in your workspace don’t count towards the cost of your subscription.
Editor Seats give you more control and predictability with your billing, even if the number of Editors in your Workspace changes. If you have freelancers joining and leaving your team regularly, for example, keeping a number of empty seats in your Workspace for them means your bill won’t fluctuate. It’s very useful if you have a set annual budget.
Have more questions? Check out our support section
Copic Sketch markers are alcohol-based, equipped with both a Super Brush soft brush nib and a Medium Broad chisel nib. They are ideal for rendering, design, animation, graphic novel illustration, manga, fine art and craft projects. They will bleed through some papers and function best on ultra smooth card. We recommend Canson XL marker paper, Borden & Riley Paris paper, and Strathmore marker paper.
Understanding the Copic Sketch Marker system:
The first symbol is a letter representing a hue or color family, i.e. R-Red, B-Blue, Y-Yellow, BG- Blue-Green, etc.The numbers following the letter are broken down into two parts with each digit representing a different classification or characteristic of the marker color. For that reason, it is easier to understand the color code if the numbers are viewed individually rather than together. For example, think of G14 as G-one-four or YR23 as YR-two-three. The first number indicates saturation. The lower the number, the brighter, more pure or vibrant the color. As the first number increases so does the amount of gray within that color. With a higher first number, the color is less vibrant or toned down. The second number indicates brightness or color shade. Lower numbers are lighter shades while the higher numbers are darker.
The Sketch line has the widest range of color choices, and they are refillable. The refills for our Copic Markers are a special order item. We would be glad to help you, please let us know what colors you need and we can ship them to you or have them at the store for easy pickup.
Our Copic Sketch Markers are always on sale at $6.95 each. Receive an additional 15% off if you buy 12 or more.
Copic Sketch Markers offer 36 wonderful colors of blue, from Pale Porcelan Blue to bright Peacock Blue.
Copic Sketch Markers have 27 colors in the Blue Green range.Try using some of the more subtle shades like Mint Green or Ocean Mist
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Copic Sketch Markers have 25 shades of green from Jade Green, a pale blue tinted green to a deeper dark green like Olive Green.
Copic Sketch Markers have 11 degrees of Neutral Gray. A great to do a value study with these markers.
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From Pale Macadamia Nut to a bright Chinese Orange you'll be able to choose from 24 different warm yellows and orange hues in Copic Sketch Markers.
Looking for earth tones? You'll find 24 shades in with Copic Sketch Markers. Like traditional Sepia, Ivory and Walnut as well as Flesh Pink or Cocoa Brown.
What’s So Good About Copic Markers?
Copic set the standard for quality artist pens. Their combination of a broad nib and soft synthetic brush nib allow for a multitude of drawing effects including wonderful feathering. They have the largest selection of alcohol-based colors that are water color like and blend amazingly well. Their nibs are replaceable and ink refillable, reducing their cost over time.
How to Understand the Copic Marker Color Code System?
Copic uses a color code system of one or two letters followed by numbers. The letter(s) represent the color family. The first number represent the blending group. The higher the number the more saturated the color. The second number represents the value or shade. The lower the number the lighter the shade.
Which Copic Markers Blend Best?
The best colors to blend together are markers within the same color family and a few shade numbers apart. As an example colors E29, E27 and E25 will all blend together nicely. They share the same color family E - Earth Tones, and each marker is a few numbers apart from the others.
Which Copic Markers to Buy First?
You’ll want to pick out two to three shades within each color family for color families that apply to the subject of your art. The shades should be a few numbers apart to give you good blending possibilities. You can easily make a nice basic set from 16 to 24 markers. And, there are several 12 and 24 Copic Marker Sets to get you started.
What is the Difference Between Copic Markers?
• Copic Ciao Markers: The Ciao line of markers offers a similar experience as Sketch, but at a slightly lower price and quality level.
• Copic Classic: The Classic line is Copic’s original model of marker and has been around for decades.
• Copic Wide: These fine markers have a huge 3/4 inch wide nib. They’re the best choice for a consistent stroke and color over large areas.
• Colorless Blender: A transparent alcohol-based liquid that matches the alcohol in Copic inks. A tool all by itself to lighten and blend.
• Airbrush System: Insert a marker and apply the ink like an airbrush. It allows you to color a variety of surfaces and textures.
Are Copic Markers Permanent?
Yes, once dry the ink is permanent on most surfaces. They are non-toxic and acid free.
Are Copic Markers Waterproof?
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Yes, when the alcohol in the inks evaporate they are waterproof.
About Oregon Art Supply
We are a family art supplies store in Eugene, Oregon. Through our website you can buy online wonderful creative materials to satisfy all your artistic needs. We’ll quickly ship to you via select ground shipping or you can pick up in store if you happen to be in the neighborhood.