Multitouch screens have been a revolution in many different aspects, including digital drawing because nowadays any of us can draw on our tablet by simply using our fingers as if it were a magical canvas. For such purpose, there are different applications that allow us to make the most of the hardware on our devices, whether an iPhone, an iPad or any other smartphone or tablet. That's the case of this Tayasui Sketches.
Tayasui is a Japanese word that means 'easy and simple' and that's precisely what Tayasui Sketches intends to be, as you'll be able to create realistic drawings with your own fingers. And if that weren't enough, it also comes along with a huge catalog of complementary applications to help you draw anything you want.
Even the youngest members of the household can unleash their creativity.
It comes along with loads of tools that can be configured by the user making it even easier to use. All the latter, by means of a well-cared interface that avoids any kind of distraction but that offers all the most interesting functions of the program, such as the possibility to use 3D Touch to be able to draw with different pressures or the compatibility with wireless pencils such as Wacom's, leading to much more professional drawings.
You can even tap the screen from different angles and with different strengths for the application to understand the drawing style you wish to apply, which can really be noticed when using a brush, as well as allowing you to input text with different styles and fonts.
With Tayasui Sketches you'll be able to transform your iPad into a digital tablet from where you can export your drawings to Adobe's Creative Cloud suite, to later edit them with Photoshop and continue your drawing on a Mac, for instance. Without a doubt, with the application, the versatility of your creations is guaranteed.
Take your inspiration from your mind to your screen
- Compatible with Adobe Creative Cloud.
- Loads of modifiable tools to make the most of the app.
- Online community to be inspired by the designs of other users.
- Compatible with 3D Touch in the pro version.
- Compatible with wireless pencils made by Wacom and other brands.
- Possibility to work by layers.
- Simple interface and full gesture controls.
- Desktop version available.
- Drawing style comprehension to take your creative capacity to the limit.
- Loads of fonts available.
- Organize your drawings by sketchbooks.
It includes an online community where you can check and publish your designs to obtain and generate inspiration since a quick glance at the community's gallery will allow you to view real works of art.
To be able to access the full functions, you'll have to pay approximately $5, a price that's much cheaper than any digital drawing board. In any case, you can make use of the free trial hour of the pro mode to see if it's worth the money before you decide to purchase it. You might be able to save lots of money thanks to that iPad you've got under the bed.