5 Free (and Really Good) Drawing & Painting Apps

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If you’re looking for some new drawing and painting apps to use that won’t break the bank here is a list of 5 drawing programs that are actually really good. In this video I check out Krita, Autodesk Sketchbook, MyPaint, Medibang Paint and Ibis Paint X. Some of these are multi platform, some are only Mac, Windows, Linux or iOS/android.

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  1. For me, my favorite one is Sony Sketch. It has… many things that you would need for drawing, and it's free. No subscription, no Ads or anything like that. Smoothness is comparable to Procreate, or even has kind of same shortcuts like a two-finger Undo. Sadly, Sony decided to drop all supports for this app, so it no longer works with Android 10 or newer.

  2. I've used Medibang since 2013, until I found out about Ibis Paint last month and it has been my favorite drawing app ever since.

    It's shame there isn't a PC crossplatform of it.

  3. WOW, I just came from your Old video about top 5 surface ( RIP mischief) apps, and the beard was the only way I knew this vidoe wasn't the same year. I like camry's.

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