Infinite Painter Free
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Ease of use
- Complete tutorial
- Amount of effects, layers and brushes
- Professional tools
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Infinite Painter allows you to bring out your creative side
Infinite Painter provides you a canvas with professional painting tools. It includes multitude of brushes designed to replicate realistic mediums. You can set color, brush, trace, effects... among many other stuff to create professional paintings just with your finger. And you ability, of course.
This is one of the most professional apps in this regard we've tried. It's specially recommended to be used on a Galaxy Note with stylus (actually, there's an specific optimized version for it). However, it can be used in any other smartphone or tablet. Accuracy on drawing will depend the screentouch response and screensize of your device, anyway, it's been optimized to offer a user-friendly experience.
You can save your project, apply layers, export the image with or without background. You can also import images from camera, gallery, Google image search or the current painting itself. After importing you can edit it to your own: re-size, rotate, flip, recolor...
Whatever you did expect from a painter app, you'll find in Infinite Painter.
- Numerous brushes separated into categories
- Blend and mix colors
- Pressure-sensitivity and stylus support
- Trace and rub images
- Liquify mode
- Unlimited layers
- Project-playback from start to finish
- High-definition paintings (2048 x 2048)
- Import images from your camera, your gallery, or from the web
- Five types of symmetry - horizontal, vertical, angular, radial, and kaleidoscopic
- A pull out protractor to quickly create straight lines or circles
- Search millions of colors via ColourLovers.com
- Five drawing modes - normal, pen, rectangle, ellipse, and line
- Rotate and flip the canvas
- Fluid interface
- Reference images
- Use any brush as a soft eraser
- Export images as JPEG
- Import from Infinite Design
- NVIDIA DirectStylus support
- Optimized for the Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid and other stylus devices, assign functions for the finger, the stylus, and for the hardware
**If you have a Galaxy Note, search for your version of this app**
Keywords: paint, painting, sketch, draw, art, adobe photoshop, corel painter, artrage, art rage, graphic design, layers, brushes, blend, DirectStylus, directstylus
-Fixed layouts on some devies
-Fixed missing Liquify tool on some devices
-Fixed force close issue when rasterizing image
-Fixed lag in brushes
-Fixed liquify not redoing
-Added Harmony (Sketcher) brushes
-Moved files to Infinite Studio folder to prepare for cross-app content sharing
-Faster undo / redo
-Customize the color wheel in the Settings
-Organized settings into categories
-Added stylus tilt support and a setup screen for the Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Like the setup and the tools available but can not get to far before put crashes. Pressure sensitivity works great (best I encountered) but wishI could set it up for pen only. Maybe there is a setting in workflow but every time I tried to get there it c
I LOVE IT! Best app ever!!(now if only I can get Infinite Design to just hurry up and install already)
get in the way of the keep/undo changes buttons on liquify so that you can't return to the main screen when drawing. Very irritating.
It is good it is a little confusing until you learn but it is a great app and I love it I think that y'all can make good apps and these are cool so keep going will you make me a app where you animate your drawings for free ??????
Irish key basically
This is on the scale of painter on desktop, as far as something that costs either nothing or less than the shipping of a painter retail box, but... the software is sloooow... and I'm running a Tegra 4 with a mediocre resolution screen. Either the software
Don't know if I should rate it a five or a one. This might be the most frustrating app ever! I love the setup, ads are annoying though. But as soon as i I get going on a painting and its going well, I move the tablet and poof! It's gone! It's a fatal flaw