by: Norbyte • 75
This app lets you create art with a distinct cartoon style, thanks to its unique drawing tools that include a Doodle Pen, a Gradient Doodle Pen, and a Puff Pen.
You will also find an ordinary pen and eraser as well as Lighten and Darken, which you can use to add more life to your drawings.
• Change and Adjust Size, Force, Color while Drawing
• Supports Both Landscape and Portrait
• Apple Pencil Support
• Wide Color Support
• Engine Based on Metal₁ (with 128-bit color and floating-point arithmetic)
• Developed with Swift₁
₁ Since version 4 (the code was completely rewritten).
ADJUST WHILE DRAWING
All the buttons and control knobs in the toolbar can be changed and adjusted while you draw!
APPLE PENCIL SUPPORT
The strokes change characteristics depending on how you use the Pencil (pressure, tilt).
While using Apple Pencil, you can assign a different tool, such as Eraser, to the finger, which can be really useful!
Tap twice on a tool, and select the option “Use as 2nd Tool”.
FULL SCREEN DRAWING
You can swipe the toolbar toward the screen edge to remove it.
Swipe in from outside the edge to get it back.
You can also swipe the toolbar over to the other side, to get it out of the way.
ZOOMING, PANNING, ROTATING
You can pinch to zoom, drag with two fingers to pan, or rotate the picture.
To reset the zoom/pan/rotation, tap once with two fingers, and again to go back.
Everything from selecting a layer to adding new ones can be done in the Layer Control.
To open the Layer Control, tap the button that has a mountain/house/flower (symbolizing the selected layer).
Flower = topmost layer
House = any layer in-between
Mountain = bottom-most layer
Please note that the number of layers is restricted to two unless you upgrade to Pro.
If you upgrade to Pro, you will also be able to change the color of the paper beneath the layer(s), by pressing “Paper Color”.
There’s a scrollable palette, where you can pick colors, as well as store new ones.
To edit any palette section, long-press on a color in it, and a menu will appear.
Adjacent to the palette are three control knobs that adjust the hue, saturation, and brightness of the current color.
Note that you can adjust the color while you draw!
The Current Color button is the large colored rectangle next to the knobs.
Tapping this button brings up a menu with some options, including “Eyedropper” (Pro feature).