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Old 01-29-2019, 08:23 PM
Di.M Di.M is offline
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Re: Drawing Apps

Hi, I have a Windows Surface Pro 3 with pen and I use it as a tablet.
Does anyone know of an watercolour art programme I could use on it please? Ive been reading this thread and ArtFlow sounds good but its for Android so I can use on my Samsung Phn not Surface tablet.
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Old 04-24-2019, 05:55 PM
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Re: Drawing Apps

ArtFlow is a good one, why not to try it?
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Old 04-26-2019, 08:55 AM
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Re: Drawing Apps

You can try Leonardo for your tablet. It's a really nice one but with certain limits, however in my case they're not critical. There are amazing touch controls in it and the quality of my works with it are very high. I adore to use it for random drawings and sketching.
Sketchbook Pro is a good one too. It has tow versions, for desktop and one in the MS Store. I prefer the desktop version. I recommend you Sketchable too, it's one of the best professional drawing apps.
I like Concepts very much too, it's one of the most innovative in case of its tech stack and functions too, it's based on infinite canvas vector. I saw also many nice reviews about Clip Studio Paint.
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