November 27, 2015
A few months ago we reviewed five of the best iPad drawings apps for both kids and adulats and today we are curating another list of similar apps to use on Android. Whether doodling, painting, drawing or sketching, these apps will definitely unleash kids creativity and inspire the imaginative muse inside them. We invite you to try them out and share with us your feedback. Enjoy
1- How to draw Graffitis
‘Draw Graffiti is an app that teaches you how to draw graffitis step by step.
This app is a fun activity for teaching your kids how to draw. It includes a large collection of drawings classified by level of difficulty. In simple steps allow you to perform fantastic drawings, just take a paper and a pencil, choose the graffiti you like and follow step by step instructions. It is very easy to use.’
2- Learn to draw
‘"Learn to draw" will teach you how to draw different things. The program will show step by step how to draw. You don't need any special skills it’s self-teaching.’
‘Release your creativity! Draw stunning sketches and have fun with your photos by adding stickers. Publish your sketches and invite friends to collaborate. When your friends add their creativity to the mix, you might be surprised. Sketch is easy, smart and a lot of fun.’
4- ArtFlow: Paint Draw Sketchbook
‘’Convert your tablet or phone into digital sketchbook with more than 70 paint brushes, smudge, file and eraser tool. This fast and intuitive painting application will unlock full power of your imagination. With support for pressure sensitive pens (like Samsung's S Pen) you device will be changed into real canvas.
5- How to Draw- Easy Lessons
‘Learn to draw with How to Draw! Like a personal art teacher, it will teach you how to draw dozens of different objects and create amazing pictures.’
‘Sketch, draw and paint on your mobile device! Autodesk® SketchBook® is a realistic painting and drawing app for those free moments when you have the urge to doodle. SketchBook’s interface is clean and simple giving you the maximum space to fit everything from your smallest sketches to your best portfolio pieces.’