That’s a tough thing to evaluate, but here are the two most important questions:
– Are the drawing quality and accuracy of these apps comparable to the quality of photo processing products available on the market today?
– Do they save me precious space and time, as well as allow me to take more beautiful and creative photo-drawings?
The answer to the first question seems to be NO, at least not in my opinion. The quality of these apps are really a mixed bag when it comes to image quality, although the quality of the final results are usually at least equivalent to photo processing software.
A bit of an aside here: I think the word “compatibility” is a little misleading here, as apps that support drawing apps (and/or painting apps, for that matter) may not always do a great job at supporting each other. For example, the Android version of VSCO Cam certainly requires the use of a photo-editing program, whereas it does not support all those other programs. This also applies to most the software that do not actually draw directly on a digital camera’s sensor. So the app is usually better suited to be downloaded from other apps, such as a photo library or the internet that does not require you to load an external library.
The best free drawing, painting, photo editing tools can be found on this list:
1. Paint Tool SAI and Photoshop – 2. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom – 3. Pixelmator – 4. Poser
It is important to point out that although these apps are NOT compatible with each other and usually only work together one-to-one, they can generally make you a much more creative photographer if you are using them. This is also true even of the older versions of Photoshop, Lightroom, and Poser, which are known to have limitations or not have sufficient support for the newer versions of Photoshop or Lightroom that are available.
So…do the drawing apps on this list allow you to draw in a more accurate, realistic way? Yes.
The problem for many photographers who are new to drawing is finding the right drawing tool and the best photo-editing app that will help them get a decent result. They usually fall into one of two camps: They either don’t know where to start, nor do they know which drawing apps work best on a given camera and can then start experimenting (or use the best photo editing programs), or either they don’t know yet
free online art classes for middle school students, online nail art courses free, online summer art classes for middle school students, free online art classes for kids, free online art lessons homeschool spanish academy