Savage Interactive today introduces Procreate 1.01, their most advanced digital painting app exclusively for iPad. Developed for professional illustrators and amateur artists alike, Procreate uses the advanced Silica painting engine to deliver unparalleled performance and precision. Users will feel at home with a familiar colour picker, eyedropper, and a smudge tool, featuring a layering system that allows up to 16 layers, the ability to merge down and up, transform, and show/hide.
JixiPix today introduces PhotoArtista – Oil 1.0, its award winning photo to oil painting application, now available on the Mac App Store. PhotoArtista – Oil was developed specifically for converting photographs into fabulous works of oil painted art. Photo to artist in seconds. PhotoArtista includes 6 gorgeous art styles that range from realistic to expressionistic. PhotoArtista’s super efficient design and interface creates a work-flow that requires only a few easy steps.
The heart of painting apps for iPad and iPhone is about the brush strokes. With many creativity brushes provided to users, all these advanced particularities have been successfully added to Drawing Box in order to create realistic effects and give a large choice of brushes, pencils and other painting tools. The best brush effects simulate realistic traditional tools for digital mobile painting.
Based in Vitebsk, Belarus, the Macsoftex Company today introduces their reference, fine art app, Russian Painting 1.0 for iOS. Optimized for iPad, the Retina display, and standard iPhone, the app includes high-resolution photographs of 750 famous oil paintings by 220 different Russian painters. Divided into works from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, the user may browse using either the thumbnail display or an alphabetical list. Photos are of the highest quality, and may be saved or eMailed.
Rengi Rengi today released Kids Paint Plus 2.0 for iPad users. Specially developed for children, Kids Paint Plus features multiple pages, some which already have drawings on them that kids can color. The remaining pages are there for little ones to create masterpieces from scratch. The color is applied to the pictures in much the same way as finger painting. Version 2.0 allows for simultaneous multiple finger use and lets parents save their child’s creations to a photo library.