The one best for sketching? Maybe this one?
If you haven’t tried one of these, you definitely need to try one of these!
Let’s see what’s different about drawing apps.
Most of these apps are free.
Some may be paid (e.g. Krita).
Some are freeware (e.g. Evernote).
Some even cost money.
Let’s look at three of them in the last couple of paragraphs.
Fluidline doesn’t have a great name. I guess it’s the easiest to remember. It’s the best drawing app out there as far as I am concerned.
The UI is simple and the interface easy to use, without any distractions.
You don’t have to worry if you do too much at once (and it’s a very fast app!
Fluidline has a free trial.
In a word, it is best for:
The free version allows you to use the vector drawing tool (i.e., Line, Rectangle, Circle).
Here’s a look at it from a few different angles.
The other two apps have their own apps that allow you to draw in a different way.
A free version allows you to use the canvas, and for this you need the $10 version, which I will review in a minute (the $10 version allows you to use the free canvas and the $25 version, which is a completely different process).
I am using the $25 version, which uses the FreePix, a vector-based drawing tool (like Inkscape) that I’ve used before.
After using a free version of Flix, I’ll give it a look at.
If you want the $10 version, be sure to check the section below on other options.
The second app, Picostudio has a “free trial.” Yes, there is no real reason for this.
However, it is a very fast drawing app.
I have not had too much free time lately, so I have not tested it.
There are free versions which let you draw in a variety of ways from Line to Pencil to Ink.
I will give the free “Pencil Drawing” section a
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