Infinite Painter 2.1 apk
-New Project Manager screen when app opens
-New tile-based canvas allowing users to create poster-sized images
-Redesigned layers bar
-Fixed problems with undo and redo
-Added soft eraser
-Added new Help Center to soften the learning curve
-Added support for Jaja stylus (required record audio permission)
-Added new Sketch Mode, allowing you to create non-destructive sketches on top of your painting
Infinite Painter 2.1, Imagine. Create. Experience the natural artistic environment of Infinite Painter. This app offers a multitude of brushes designed to replicate realistic mediums. It offers a variety of features built to optimize and streamline the workflow of the artist. It works well with Infinite Design, allowing the user to export their projects from Infinite Design into Infinite Painter with the click of a button. It has five different types of symmetries you can use (X-Axis, Y-Axis, Arbitrary Angle, Radial, and Kaleidoscopic). It utilizes a smart menu system and a fluid interface, seeking to make work flow on the go much easier. Navigation is as easy as putting two fingers on the screen and dragging the canvas or pinching to zoom. The auto save feature also comes in handy, automatically saving your layers and reloading them when you return. You can save your project, and all of your layers stay intact. You can also export your image with or without the background. Besides these fundamental necessities, Infinite Painter also offers image importing in three different ways (Camera, Gallery, and Google Image Search). After importing an image, you can translate, re-size, rotate, flip or recolor it to your liking. You then have the option to either stamp or rub the image onto the canvas. Infinite Painter also provides a dedicated blending button, allowing you to switch easily from painting to blending as you bring your artwork to life.
**If you have a Galaxy Note, search for your version of this app**
**Special thanks to Benjamin Gilleti (BENGISKHAN) and Mark Walker for allowing me to use images they created with Infinite Painter for the screenshots. Check out Ben’s blog at http://bengiskhan.blogspot.fr to see more of his amazing artwork.
Suggested workflow: I usually like to take advantage of Infinite Design’s limitless canvas in creating my design and laying out my artwork, then I use Infinite Design’s Export-to-Painter feature to bring it in and start painting on a layer beneath the line-art. This approach takes advantage of the flexibility offered by Infinite Design and also the complexity offered by Infinite Painter.
-Six layers and unique layer options: Merge, Flip, and Duplicate.
-Carefully designed brushes to replicate natural mediums.
-Five types of symmetry: X-Axis, Y-Axis, Arbitrary Angle, Radial, and Kaleidoscopic.
-Saving layers and the ability to save the image on a transparency for ease of use in Photoshop.
-A relative menu system.
-Import images from all over the internet with Google Image Search.
-Rub images onto the canvas.
-A fluid interface that is fully optimized for touch screen devices.
Keywords: paint, painting, sketch, draw, art, adobe photoshop, corel painter, artrage, art rage, graphic design, layers, brushes, blend
The ui is really unintuitive, for example there isn’t even an option to start a new image, you have to save your current one then clear it, which seems like a bad design choice to me…
Infinite Painter 2.1