Art with­out lim­its

There’s no tag line to ex­press the ben­e­fits of an in­fi­nite can­vas that can do jus­tice to Mis­chief’s ac­tual ex­pe­ri­ence

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Mis­chief is a draw­ing and sketch­ing soft­ware that achieves just the right bal­ance of tech­nol­ogy and cre­ativ­ity to of­fer some­thing that’s dif­fer­ent and ex­cit­ing. The brushes are silky smooth, and the end­less draw­ing space pro­vides prac­ti­cal func­tion­al­ity for de­tail­ing mas­sive images. The end re­sult is that the artist is given an almost mag­i­cal kind of cre­ative free­dom.

Even more re­mark­able is that Mis­chief's su­per­pow­ers are yet to be fully re­alised. With the company’s re­cent brand re­launch bring­ing a new vi­sion, a new team and the support of global soft­ware de­vel­oper The Foundry, you can ex­pect more great things to come for this lean and mean ap­pli­ca­tion.

The newly up­dated Mis­chief now sports a gor­geous, stream­lined user in­ter­face, and a com­pletely free (and gen­er­ously use­ful), ver­sion avail­able for Mac and Win­dows. This means ev­ery dig­i­tal artist can have a lit­tle Mis­chief in their life. Get Mis­chief to­day by head­ing to

Mis­chief is so in­tu­itive. It’s the first pro­gram I’ve used that repli­cates the free­dom of draw­ing on pa­per Stephen Sil­ver, free­lance character de­signer and in­struc­tor at Sil­ver Draw­ing Academy

“I love tech­nol­ogy that gets out of the way of cre­at­ing,” says Gene Gonzales, a dig­i­tal and tra­di­tional il­lus­tra­tor. “The in­fi­nite can­vas and the smooth, pixel-free, zoom are awe­some,” says artist David Habben.

Art­work by You Byun,

an award-win­ning il­lus­tra­tor and au­thor.

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