iPhone and iPad apps tagged "drawing app."
Paper Artist now available on iOS
From the creators of Paper Camera, JFDP Labs today is proud to announce the release of Paper Artist 1.4.10 for iOS. Paper Artist is a new drawing app that lets you turn your photos into personalized works of art within seconds.
PaigeeWorld Uses Mini Drawing Contests to Grow Membership of iOS Artists
There's a reason why PaigeeWorld is a popular drawing application for iOS artists to learn and share their creations — and one of them is the contests. PaigeeWorld has been hosting weekly drawing contests challenging members to start creating.
Draw This and Hone Your Drawing Skills
Part drawing tutorial and part game, Draw This is an iPad app that challenges users to replicate images.
6 iPad Coloring Books That Are Changing the Way Kids Color
Though coloring is still the main entertainment, iPad coloring books offer additional activities to engage young minds and inspire artistic play.
Color Patterns is the Grown Up Coloring Book
Yes, it's a simple coloring app, but Color Patterns can be used as a quick creative outlet for crafters, quilters, stained glass artists, and decorators.
Math drawing app iOrnament becomes finalist in Best App Ever Awards 2012
The symmetry drawing app iOrnament 1.3 is at the same a math game, a creativity app, a relaxation environment, an art app and a teaching tool. The user makes hand drawn input and the app creates intricate symmetric patterns from it by applying mathematical rules of repetition.
Pen Your Own Adventure in Draw a Stickman: Epic
Draw A Stickman: Epic is a draw-your-own-adventure game and one of the best uses of the iOS gaming platform I've ever seen.
Drawing app iOrnament invites submissions to Ornament World Exhibition
Four months after the release of the iOS drawing app iOrnament the independent label Science-to-touch is launching a new update of this art and science app for creating intriguing ornamental patterns.
ArtStudio for iPad Makes a Powerful Portable Studio
Whether you’re a professional artist, novice designer, student, or just someone who likes to experiment with artistic possibility, then ArtStudio for iPad is a must-have app.
Animation Desk Unlocks Creative Potential in Aspiring Animators
There is a reason Animation Desk was recognized as one of the best in the Entertainment Category of App Store Rewind 2011. It's an incredible app. And now there's even more to celebrate with recent updates such as adding one or more audio files to the animation creation process.
PaigeeDraw Teaches Manga Drawing With Holiday Style in 4th iPhone App
PaigeeDraw has struck a chord with manga enthusiasts and created a community where artists can meet to share their love of drawing.
This Christmas marks PaigeeDraw's one year anniversary and punctuates many months of very hard work.
Animation Desk for iPad Wins App Next 2011 Best Tablet App Award
Kdan Mobile Software announced that its entertainment app, Animation Desk for iPad, has won the Best Tablet App Award of App Next 2011, an annual competition held by Business Next Magazine to honor the best mobile applications of the year.
neu.Draw: Finger-friendly Vector Drawing Awaits
Those who want a more complex drawing experience should give neu.Draw a try. This is not just another app for doodling or making casual pictures. From the same developers that brought us neu.Notes, this iPad app is designed for those who want to create vector drawings with a high level of precision.
neu.Notes for iPad Organizes Your Thoughts With Searchable Tags
Now and then you happen across an app that gives you something mindbogglingly simple yet so functional that you soon wonder how you ever got along without it. Other times, you happen across an app that leaves out so many no-brainers that you find yourself shouting at your iPad screen like an overly-immersed audience member at a horror movie: "No!
6 Drawing Apps to Make Art on the iPad
Someone either much wiser or just much snottier than me once said, “Painting is easy. Art is hard.” These apps can get you painting on your iPad. Is it art? It depends who you ask – just don’t ask that guy.
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