The first time you use this tool, you might suffer the same reaction than when you tried Photoshop: simply cry. Because out of all the drawing apps available on the market, precisely Infinite Painter isn't aimed at those that surrender when things start getting tough: don't worry, your effort will soon be rewarded. Based on the classic layer system, this app will help us to carry out from the most simple to the most complex artistic creations. Just carry on reading to find out how.
Over 80 natural preset brushes.
How to use this editor
Before we start, you should know how the layer system works. We're not talking about a simple digital canvas (as in the case of the legendary Microsoft Paint). To understand how layers work, the easiest thing to do is to bear in mind the acetates used in cartoons. Except for the background, each layer is transparent until you paint on it, setting the part that will no longer be translucent. And, of course, upper layers will overlay the lower ones being seen before. That's all you need to know to start creating with Infinite Painter. Let's take a look at its tools:
- Basic (transform, fill, gradient, and pattern).
- Selection tools.
- View options.
- Sharing on social networks.
Draw urban landscapes in 3D with five different perspective guides.
But not only that, you'll also be able to choose between loads of different colors and brushes sorted into the following sections:
What does Created mean? Well, you'll be able to invent your own customized brushes and give them a name, choosing their style, head, and texture. The best way to learn how to handle them all is to muck around with them but if you need help, in the Classroom section you'll find a step-by-step tutorial. And its Google Plus community will definitely surprise you with the creativity of its users.
You have 7 days to try this software out before deciding to pay an affordable price to be able to access all its functions once the trial period is over. That's not the only drawback: the font size is really tiny so you had better get your magnifying glass out.