5 Great Artistic Apps

artistic apps
As a kid, I collected notebook upon notebook of sketches and drawings. Today, I am collecting those same drawings and sketches on my iPad. From painting and drawing to editing and color manipulation, there are some really interesting apps to help you unleash the artist within. I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite artistic apps over on My Life Scoop this week. Click here to read the post and share your favorite artistic apps. Let’s make some art! — Stephanie

livesketch app

pixl app

  1. Donald says:

    Mixel is pretty awesome.

  2. robin says:

    For some reason I can’t comment on the original article – but I like ProCreate :) I also have a sensu brush for the ipad, which makes it even more fun!

  3. Thanks for rounding up these artistic app. I’m not yet familiar with them, but you can bet I’ll will be soon.

  4. Sara Polster says:

    As an artist I need some apps to be SIMPLE. I use an app called NotesDeck for notes ( http://www.notesdeck.com ) My notes show up on all my devices instantly (iPad, Mac and iPhone).

    It’s much cleaner than that yellow Notes app. Much more professional.

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