Which would make an appropiate drawing app for me?

Discussion in 'Android' started by Ziggy Zigzagoon, May 14, 2012.

  1. Ziggy Zigzagoon
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    What I want is a drawing app that has layer support, undo, and ability to export the picture into a gallery (or maybe even an image hosting service). I have no need for advanced features, but I want something stronger than a casual paint app.
    IF there is a possibility to colaborate with other people, or again, map certain shortcuts to some buttons on your phone, I would really appreciate these features.
     
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    Huh, I know you want this for a Android but Colors 3D really sounds like your kind of app, hell even Colors homebrew. Would be good if you have a DS. Sorry if this didnt really help :(
     
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    Sketchbook Mobile is the way to go for any Android/iOS drawing needs.
     
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    Sketchbook Mobile.
    If you're using a tablet or 4.0 device, Sketchbook Pro is even better.
     
  5. Ziggy Zigzagoon
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    Actually, I plan on downloading this again.

    Either way, thank you all. I got the free version of Sketchbook, since I did not want to pay for an application I may not want.
     
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    with any of these apps can you like load a picture (jpeg etc) in and draw over it?
     
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    Sketchbook Pro can, using layers and such.
     
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    so you ust load the images onto your tablet via usb than open them with sb pro?