There are a number of painting apps of various skill levels available for the iPad/iPhone. Your own personal level of painting skills and how you plan to use your iPad as part of your creative process will be a deciding factor for which app to consider purchasing. You will find simple apps that will take a photo from your camera roll and turn it into a painting, to start from scratch bare canvas you make all the marks straight from your vision to the iPad. Some of the apps have a desktop version as well that will allow you to move your creations from desktop and iPad easily.
It will be important to consider how you will be using your images once created. Check to make sure the app you choose will save your creation in a high enough resolution for the intended purpose.
Note: If you’re looking for a drawing app? Please check out the drawing apps overview blog entry.
SketchBook Pro for iPad
Check it Out at the Apps Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/artstudio-for-ipad-draw-paint/id364017607?mt=8
My Brushes Pro offers you more than 100 preset realistic brushes, enabling you to create brush, watercolor, oil, Chinese painting styles, as well as, drawing and calligraphy. You’ll also get unlimited canvas sizes, unlimited undo/redo steps, support for retina displays. Various styles of traditional canvas and some patterned ones area available to draw on as well as the ability to bring in an image from your camera roll, which come in full resolution to draw over the top of.
You can record your sessions, auto saves and supports pressure sensitive stylus.
The app is 3.00
Watch a YouTube Video Overview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQ7wRF-cU6Y
The Creator’s Website:
Check it Out at the Apps Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-brushes-pro-sketch-paint/id557477822?mt=8