Best Art Apps for Samsung & Android Tablets (2020)
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This actually allows you to change a person’s shape or the face shape or an illustrations face, shape as well there’s. Even the new tools that help artists, like the new s, pen lasso, fill that easily allows you to fill in shadows using layer clipping, and one of my personal favorites is the new fine edges filter that lets. You convert actual pictures to line art or actual background pictures to line art. It really is useful for those that struggle with creating wonderful backgrounds that are complex, and this is more for a manga user versus someone who is uh, trying to um, create just typical art and illustration so yeah. These are some great features that they’ve added and as well as some new brushes that they’ve added as well, but i tend to stick to my usual set of brushes, so i have an experiment with those i typically tend to use ibis for sketching out quick ideas. Okay and with that i’ll let this drawing play out to the end before moving on to the next application. But of course this will be sped up more and you’re more than welcome to jump Music ahead, Music, Music. So next up is my personal favorite clip studio paint. It is finally not exclusive to samsung users and is now on the google play store for download and comes with updated features that i’ll get into in a little bit. But first i want to mention this app.
Sadly enough is a monthly subscription app which really sucks galaxy users get six months for free while play store. Users get three months for free, and this app can be used one hour per day for in all honesty, i believe that they should link it. If you have the desktop version, i believe that should unlock everything for both android and ios, but i guess they want to go with the monthly subscription which kind of sucks, but it still doesn’t deter from this being one of my personal favorite apps. So with that aside, you get some new features. Now that you’re able to record time lapse, you do have to go into the settings and enable it before you start drawing and as well as now you can import photoshop brushes, but results will definitely vary as they’re working on this constantly also, you can do animations In clip studio paint, just as you can on the desktop, this is basically the full featured version of clip studio paint. Now, i’ve even did the intro to this video using clip studio paint and as well as doing the voices and recording my voice and editing that in clip studio paint as well. This is a very useful tool and i can’t speak on it enough, because it’s it’s really great it’s easy flowing. You can use the cloud sync to actually start drawing on some of your drawings that you have in the cloud store for clip, studio and move it over to android, which is very helpful because that continuity or fluidity, as i would say, moving through both of it.
It develops a great little ecosystem to help you with smoother easier transporting of drawings, rather than having to download and move them through. Something like google drive or onedrive so overall clip studio is one of my favorite apps on android and its familiarity and ability to bring my work from my surface book over is quite stellar as well and just like, i said before, i’ll speed. This part up to the end of the drawing to go on to the next app, and you are more than welcome to skip ahead Music now on to the last app on my list, which is infinite painter. This is another partially free app that you only can draw on one layer if you do not purchase the app which costs 7.99 to unlock everything, and that is currently as of right now. I do believe they’re running a 20 off sale but i’m relatively new to infinite painter, but as soon as you open, infinite painter up it’s, basically, a canvas that allows you to draw express all your ideas, it’s, so simple and easy to understand. The brushes. Are there going through it cycling through all the different brushes and just drawing it comes it actually is just super natural with it one thing i would notice about infinite painter when using it is. It actually gives me the feeling of using procreate. So if there was an app that someone was looking for where they wanted to somewhat be similar to procreate, i would say: infinite.
Painter is the app to get and it’s fairly simple, to use easy to understand and it just kind of gets out of your way and lets you do the drawing. So those are my top drawing apps for samsung and android tablets towards the end of 2020.. Now keep in mind, we all are different artists and we use these apps differently, so you may use the apps that i listed or even other apps differently as long as you enjoy drawing with them. That’S, all that matters in matter of fact drop a comment on which apps you use and how you use them. That being said, if you enjoyed the content, go ahead, give this video a thumbs up and subscribe. If you haven’t already and hit that bell notification icon. So you can be notified when i drop new content and i’ll go ahead and let this video play out to the very end.