Graphic is a nice, full-featured drawing app. However, it seems that it needs some optimization.
Graphic is a vector drawing and illustration app designed for Apple devices and developed byb Picta, Inc. The goal of Graphic is to offer users a full-featured app for beautiful and resolution-independant illustrations. In this article, we discuss some of the app’s key features, as well as some additional information.
Here are some of the Graphic app’s main features:
- Professional tools: Graphic comes with a great pack of professional tools: brushes, pencils, path multi-point selection and editing, Bezier Pen tool (create custom shapes), boolean path combinations, and many others.
- Layers: 24 blend modes (Multiply, Overlay, Linear Burn, Vivid Light, to quote just a few), set the order of fills, strokes, and effects using drag and drop, apply shadows and effects to any object.
- Import/Export: to make your experience more flexible and enjoyable, you can import SVG, PDF, and Photoshop PSD files, and also export as SVG, PDF, PNG, PSD, JPEG, GIF, and TIFF files.
- Other tools: the Graphic app provides users many other tools, such as shape libraries, appearance styles, text on path, multi-style text, layers and groups, smart alignment guides, labels and dimensioning, among others.
How Does Graphic Work?
As mentioned above, Graphic is a fully-featured illustration app and as such, it may look a bit overwhelming for beginners to digital art. If this is your case, we strongly recommend checking the official Graphic’s tutorials that will guide you through the process. You can also find other tutorials on YouTube.
Is Graphic Safe?
Is Graphic Free?
Graphic is not free and you can purchase is for $2.99.
- iPhone & iPod Touch: iOS 9.0 or later.
- Mac: macOS 10.7 or later.
- iPad: iPadOS 11.0 or later.
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