A new version of FotoSketcher (version 3.40) is in the works and should be available soon.
In the meantime, here is a short tutorial on how to get an illustrated look with FotoSketcher 3.30.
1 - Open your source image in FotoSketcher. In this example, I have used this photo: https://www.freeimages.com/photo/blue-water-sailing-1-1437302 (credits Julie Tijerina).
2 - Reduce the size of the source image to 50% of the original size (press CTRL-R to bring up the resize window).
3 - Choose the Pen & Ink Sketch 2 effect with the parameters shown below and click on the Draw! button.
4 - Press CTRL-C to copy the sketch into your clipboard (we will use it later)
5 - Choose the Painting 9 (watercolor) effect with the parameters shown below and press the Draw! button.
6 - Swap the left and right images by pressing the F12 key (the watercolor will now appear in the left panel and will be used as source).
7 - Choose the Painting 1 (watercolor) effect with the parameters shown below and press the Draw! button.
8 - We are nearly there! Now press CTRL-V to paste the sketch image we created in step 3.
9 - Choose the Merge source and result images with the parameters shown below and press the Draw! button (you can optionally add a texture and frame).
And here is the final result (click on image to see in full size):
All the best and have a great summer,