Android app workshops
The art apps available on Android devices get a lot of disrespect. I think they are actually pretty good. I know everyone is awaiting the release of ArtRage for Android, but the ArtRage team is in no rush. As such I would greatly appreciate a few tutorial articles on the available apps for Android: LayerPaint HD, Infinite Painter, Clover Paint or ArtFlow.
All of these apps have their pros and cons. Despite how one feels about the quality of these apps, they are what’s available on the Android platforms currently and I think it would be instructive to see some information about their use.
Not everyone has, or wants to have, an iPad, no matter how much people gush about it and its apps. I recall there were immediate articles about the first few art apps released for the iPhone. Sadly, however, I don’t recall seeing anything for even the first few minor apps when the Galaxy Note first appeared, a device I think is superior to the much smaller and non-pressure sensitive iPhone. LeShan Jones, via email Claire replies Hello LeShan. We’re not biased towards Apple products. We simply have to think about which software apps are being used by our readers. While there are certainly more Android users, this doesn’t translate into users of Android apps. I suspect that’s why ArtRage has been in no rush to create an Android version of ArtRage. The Galaxy Note has, though, helped bring about a rise in popularity of the Android tablet. So if I feel a high proportion of our readers are using Android art software, I’ll provide workshops for them. What do other readers think of this? Please email in and let me know…