The iPad Pro even though it can’t replace the traditional feel and texture of a real paper, does come pretty close up in the competition.
With the help of the Apple Pencil, you could bring those lines and shapes to life only if you got your hands on the right apps, isn’t that right?
Well that gets solved right here, right now! Throughout this piece we would be discussing the 5 best drawing apps for the iPad Pro.
Top 5 Best Drawing Apps for iPad Pro
1. SketchBook (AutoDesk)
Autodesk is the global leader when it comes to designs and 3D, isn’t it? Well SketchBook brings those superpowers right to your iPad pro.
The design, user-interface and features are filled to the brim with professionalism. Although my own personal favourite is the fact that it let’s you zoom your artworks to 2500x! Now that’s just the ultimate level of detailing, isn’t it?
Apart from that obviously you can import objects and media from Photoshop, not to mention the toolbars which are placed such that even if you’re a starter, you won’t find a hard time working with Sketchbook.
2. Adobe Illustrator GO
Okay this isn’t as “extensive” or “Feature-rich” as Sketchbook, but it’s still here on this list of 5 best drawing apps for iPad Pro because it’s one of the best “Apps on the Go”.
In short, it acts as a notebook, or notepad where you can jot down sudden ideas and imaginations, which you can bring to life later on your computers.
Although its primary marketing factor is that it let’s you create “Vector” graphics.
If you’re a fan of “Drawings” and that’s what you need a drawing app for, then Artrage comes right into your forte.
It’s focused towards making “Drawings” easier on the iPad Pro. It brings the texture and feel of a real canvas on your iPads and let’s you play with colors, mix them up, create new colors and what not.
It’s also broken down into “layers” which makes it somewhat similar to Photoshop, which is an edge you’re getting cause chances are if you’re into drawings and designing, you probably have already worked with Photoshop, and if you have that makes your job much easier.
In addition to bring the colour details up, it also supports “recording” of the work you’re doing for later viewing, analysis or any other reason you might have.
And finally, it supports Wacom, Pogo Styli and a number of other third-party add-ons as well!
If you like “colouring” well Pigment is to your rescue. It’s probably one of the most extensive iPad drawing apps on this list.
It starts by offering you a plethora of brushes to choose from, then you can proceed to markers and even pencils!
To add to all that, it also brings in with it over 200 different illustrations for you to colour. And the illustrations range from mid-high level of difficulty.
So doesn’t matter if you’re a 10th grader, or someone who has spent most of his life on the planet, Pigment can be used by any age-group of people with the same level of enthusiasm.
Are you an architect? Or anyone who needs to calculate and design a lot of 3D sketch drawings? Basically it’s an app targeted towards modellers.
It provides 2-D canvas to start with, which can then be revolved or extruded to get that 3-D feel you need.
It also has the ability to let you export the file into several different formats.
The only drawback? It’s not free, but hey it was you who searched “best drawing apps for iPad Pro”, and the “best” isn’t generally free now is it?
The most complete drawing app for iPad Pro on this list, yeah that ProCreate is.
Let me put it in simpler words, if you for a second forget that it’s an “app”, and tell yourselves that it’s a canvas and you’re in a drawing studio with a plethora of pastels and sketches available to you, you won’t be wrong.
It has everything you might imagine or need if you’re drawing on a Canvas, starting right off from Pastels, Soft Pastels, skechtes, Graphite Pencils and what not!
But hey wait, you can smudge and blur on the real paper, can you do that on ProCreate? Absolutely! As I said, real paper!
As far as the “technicalities” are involved, it supports upto 16K resolution, and produces the drawings on your 64-bit colors.
Not to mention that you can obviously export your work if needs arise.
7. Paper By FiftyThree
It’s nearly identical to ProCreate, but it’s free.
With PBFT too you get a “tool-box” which has nearly every tool you might ask for, Pen, Pencil, Sketches, Markers, Colors, Brushes to name just a few.
Along with those, it also recently added “Note-taking ability” as well as the ability to import from your camera roll, edit those pictures or create your own!
Did I mention the ability to draw “Diagrams”? Well it might have slipped y mind, but PBFT boasts those off as well!
So that’s a wrap up as far as the 7 best drawing app for the iPad Pro are concerned folks. Hope this list eased out your problems a bit.
If you still haven’t found your best friend in drawing, feel free to leave a comment and we might just suggest you couple other options which you might just click with?
Either way, your feedback is of important (yeah I do really mean that) so makes sure you leave it down there in the comments section along with any suggestions, queries or just a welcome note.