Recent technological developments have enabled digital art to be a thing. I’m quite a fan of drawing on my smartphone, and there’s a whole lot of choices on the market. Today, I’ll sit down and narrow some thoughts about a handy app that lets you paint the way you want, and it’s Infinite Painter (Mod, Premium Unlocked). The free version is a blessing already, and be prepared for spectacular things you can do with the premium one.
Introduction to Infinite Painter
Drawing, or doodling, is an excellent way to relieve your stress or to get creative. While it’s a pain to go search for paper sheets and styling pens, why not digital art? It doesn’t take much to create wonders from the small device that fits your pocket!
Developed by Sean Brakefield, Infinite Painter lets you draw more realistically. It doesn’t matter if you’re a pro or not, as this app is easy to pick up and familiarize with. It gives you the feeling of actual canvas painting, and that’s a nice getaway from the usual art creation. I’m satisfied with it all the way through.
Realistic features that come in handy
First of all, whether you take on drawing or painting, the choice of your brush is crucial. Infinite Painter, fortunately, has a wide variety of brushes for you to select. What makes this feature unique is that these brushes mimic the actual ones that real-life artists use.
Your digital canvas has 6 layers in total. If you’re familiar with Photoshop on PC, then this concept should easily translate to Infinite Painter. Each layer holds a set of brush strokes, effects, and so on, and the app will combine them to what you see on the screen before exporting the final product. What is more, you can choose to Merge, Flip, or Duplicate them for special effects.
If you don’t like the idea of starting from scratch, it’s no big deal to Infinite Painter. You can import pictures to the app, and the source is unlimited. No matter where it comes from, for example, your phone’s gallery or Google Photos, the app can deal with them effortlessly. I find it painful when my work goes to waste before finishing, but Infinite Painter has a countermeasure for that. Its auto-save feature works like a charm, and you can pick up your painting anytime you want. And that includes layers, too. It’s still possible to edit layer by layer afterward, so I’m pretty satisfied with it.
If you need to continue your work on PC, Infinite Painter allows you to export your work in a transparent image. Anyway, exporting is only available for premium users. Infinite Painter supports various symmetry kinds, such as X-axis, Y-axis, Radial, and so on.
Complete set of tools
This is quite a surprise to me, as this app is developed for phone users. Everything that I need is all present on this app, aside from the brushes, there are many more to expect. Ellipse, Pen, and Protractor are some of the tools that I use the most. What is more, the Blend mode reminds me of Photoshop, and it works like a charm.
Besides, The stylus is your great friend. Painting with your finger is an exciting approach, but that’s nowhere near perfect on digital platforms. I’m using a Samsung tablet, and the Samsung Pen is an excellent assistance when it comes to using Infinite Painter. Not to mention the precision, it feels extra comfortable.
Intuitive user interface
For any digital art application, UI plays a significant role in your experience. The placement of icons can increase your efficiency and creativity if done correctly. For Infinite Painter, the developer surely has some ideas about this. Fitting everything into a small vertical screen isn’t an easy task, and he has a smart way to arrange icons. On the top of your screen, a range of figures will appear. I’d say that they have a logical order, as the option for brushes comes first, then the layers, and so on.
Easy to learn
There should be no difficulty learning to use Infinite Painter. This app is suitable for both pros and rookies, and anyone can pick it up and learn in no time. If things turn out to be complicated, welcome to a wide range of tutorials on the internet. This app is favored by a lot of users, and each tries to introduce their work to the public. I’m subscribed to some channels on YouTube and learned a lot from them.
This is kind of a mixed though. Personally, I love how this app runs on my tablet and smartphone, and it’s a pleasant using experience as lagging doesn’t occur. Anyway, I guess the features are somehow overwhelming for Infinite Painter. Being smooth is one thing, but the app tends to crash after a while. That’s not a significant setback, but it’s certainly not satisfying either.
About battery drainage, I think that’s not the case for Infinite Painter. The app uses limited resources, so there isn’t much going in the background. Its size is also not a problem for most devices now at only 43MB.
Infinite Painter MOD makes it ‘infinite.’
If you can’t wait to export your work, the Infinite Painter MOD will come to assist. Our MOD enables the premium features, which means that every project you’ve done on your free version will have the chance to greet the world. As a free user, you can save your work as a project file. You can simply import them to the MOD version, it’s easy as that! IF you want this MOD, check out our website now!
Infinite Painter is a great digital art app on your mobile device with exceptional power. Our MOD version helps you introduce your work to the public! Keep up the excellent work, and keep on creating.