YOU Magazine - September 2020 - Creating Art Digitally While Staying Home
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Creating Art Digitally While Staying Home

Creating Art Digitally While Staying Home

Stuck at home during the pandemic? If those weekly trips to the grocery store aren't inspiring and you're looking to level up your artistic skill, we've got the perfect guide for you! Whether you are a seasoned artist, a bit out of practice, or you're completely new to digital art, we've laid out some of the best apps available for drawing at home.

1. Procreate: Procreate allows you to create up to 128 layers, 250 levels of "undo" and "redo," and over one hundred brush options that can be customized. This is a high-quality, professional-style art app.

Cost: $5.99

2. Affinity Designer: Affinity Designer is built to work on both mobile and desktop devices and it's not only a professional drawing platform but also a vector graphics design program. On a tablet, you'll have pressure control, title, and angle sensitivity as well as a variety of file types and formatting options.

Cost: $19.99

3. Tayasui Sketches: Tayasui Sketches is designed to make you feel like you're drawing on paper and offers a large variety of mediums from ink to pencil to watercolor. This is a great free app that has a ton of user-friendly features such as gesture control, and even more features are available via in-app purchases.

Cost: Free

4. Artflow: Artflow is an Android-specific art studio that has both a free version and paid upgrades. However, the free version is a great baseline app for beginners, offering nine customizable brushes and support for two layers. The upgrades only expand on brushes, layer numbers, stylus pressure options, and custom palettes.

Cost: Free (with option for paid upgrade to Pro Version)

5. Infinite Painter: This free app offers over 80 brushes, infinite layers, a multitude of textures, color blending, gradient tools, and more. While this is an all-encompassing tool in its free version, you can get an even fuller experience with paid upgrades.

Cost: Free (with option for paid upgrades)

Sources: Tomsguide, Artsy

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