My favourite would have to be Clover Paint. It’s got a very confusing interface, so expect to spend about an hour figuring out how it all works (it was made by a Japanese developer, so documention is very barebones, but there is a basic tutorial [here]), however, it’s also the most fully-fledged drawing/painting app I’ve found for Android. It has pretty much all the features you’d want, I’d list them, but I can’t remember them all. It’s basically a mini photoshop/Paint Tool SAI.
If you can’t get your head around the user interface, then Sketchbook Pro or Layer Paint should do the trick.
Here’s a set of pencil brushes I created for Photoshop (versions CS3 to CS6) that re-create a more traditional sketchy look. I’ve always wanted some decent pencil brushes for Photoshop, but I could never really find what I wanted, and there’s SO many brushes floating around these days, it made it even harder to find what I was after. The solution? Make my own, just like I did with the hard square brush I posted a while ago!
NOTE: These will NOT work in Photoshop CS2 or lower
You can buy the set at the link below, and if you’re willing to share them via the twitter or facebook buttons, you’ll get a 33% discount! (share it first, and then click the pay button and the discount will be applied)
Creating a page on Facebook for yourself feels incredibly narcissistic. However, I’ve never felt that when looking at other people’s pages, so it’s probably just Mark Zuckerberg casting spells on me again. Regardless of Zuckerbergs evil intent, it is another place to share my art, and so I should probably make good use of it.
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