Artstudio Pro for iOS

$6.99 From Lucky Clan,

Made for iPad Needs iOS 10 or later, Apple Pencil for pressure support

Some iPad art apps are dedicated painting apps, while others are photo editors with painting tools. Artstudio Pro is both. The Adjust and Filters menus are reminiscent of Photoshop, there’s a proper Layers palette, and the toolboxfigured out that you can access the Brush Editor from the brush tip preview at the bottom left — you have a full range of inks, pencils, chalks, and paints, which can be supplemented by importing brushes in Adobe’s ABR and TPL formats.

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