Drawing program

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  1. Azzart

    Azzart Late night illustrator Senior Member

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    I found Mischief to be pretty good as a sketching tool both for pencils or simple color drawings. If it wasn't for its slowness once you have colors down your canvas...
    Sketchbook pro is as good as a sketching tool and its subscription plan is affordable.
    Clip Studio Paint I have it installed on the Surface pro 3 (bought it when it was discounted) and I still have to find the time to understand its full potential, but the interface is definitely on the awful side to me: too big, too crowded, not tablet friendly. I love minimal space interfaces like the one I can have in photoshop.
     
  2. Burgundy

    Burgundy Scribbler - Standard Member

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    I use Mischief, only for sketching, you can export the files though, think that requires the paid version though, but for a sketching program I use it a lot, on my surface pro 1.

    Other great programs to try for painting/drawing, and being free!

    My Paint (win/linux) http://mypaint.intilinux.com/

    Krita (win/linux/mac) https://krita.org/
     
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