Their latest product, Skill Sketch, landed in the iTunes app store last month. The app offers user a set of zero to four random lines and squiggels and then leaves it to the user to create a doodle from them using their finger. Users particularly impressed with their art work can save their doodles.
Marsh demonstrated the new app and his passion for doodling at a local pizza joint in Pine Island, Minnesota where he lives.
Skill Sketch was inspired by a game that Marsh played as a child where one person would draw a few squiggly lines and it was up to the second person to turn the lines into a small work of art. The great benefit of Skill Sketch as Marsh sees it is that it forces the user to think harder and draw something new. “I’ve been doodling the same fish since sixth grade”, he lamented when discussing value of adding simple inspiration to creative endeavors.