5 programs to create amazing art work, and
all for the price of… nothing. Welcome to the Sparckman Channel, Today we
are counting down our picks for the “Top 5, Best Free Drawing Programs, for 2D Art-work,
and Animation”. Before we begin. We publish videos every day,
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Press the LIKE button and let’s get started! Okay. Number 5. Krita. Krita is a professional FREE and open source
painting program. It is made by artists that want to see affordable art tools for everyone.
In this amazing program you can make: concept art.
textures and matte paintings. illustrations and comics. And even Animation. This program is free but I don’t know why,
because it’s booking amazing, I’ve seen sheeter programs that cost a ton of money.
Wow, check the amazing art people are creating with this program. what a bunch of dorks. Number 4. GIMP. GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation
Program. It is a freely distributed program for such tasks as photo retouching, image
composition and image authoring. Often called the a free adobe photoshop alternative, yes,
the program is incredible but I wouldn’t go as far as presenting it as competition to
adobe photo shop. Trying to keep it real here. Yes, bitch all you want in the comments, it’s
not the same. This program is booking amazing, I put it
as number 2 in our list, because of the stupad name the developer decided to give this program.
and what’s up with that stupad fox as a logo? WTF. and Amazing drawing program
and their logo looks like it was made in, M S Paint. seriously, GUIMP is the closest thing to photoshop.
and to be honest, if you a give the program a chance you will find that you can do just
about anything you can make in photoshop. But since this video isn’t a booking competition.
we are just going to shut up about that. For drawing, GIMP is simply amazing.
We are going to leave it at that, okay? number 3 Ink scape. Inkscape is an open-source vector graphics
editor, similar to Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Freehand, or Xara X. What sets Inkscape apart is its use of Scalable
Vector Graphics (SVG), an open XML-based W3C standard, as the native format. In plain English, it’s a program to make vector
graphics. The cool thing about this program, is that it let’s you draw as if you were using
a raster editor, like adobe photoshop. Again, the developer gave it as stupad name,
and a dumb logo. Ink Scape. What does that even mean? The ink is Escaping what? the paper? Ink scape has a huge community behind it.
no much else to say about this program, other than it’s free and it’s awesome.
But if you want me to bullsheet you, sure. I’ll keep talking about what I already told
you, but maybe save that for another video. Number 2. myPaint. MyPaint is a nimble, distraction-free, and
easy tool for digital painters. It supports graphic tablets made by Wacom, and many similar
devices. Its brush engine is versatile and configurable, and it provides useful, productive
tools. The standard brushes can emulate traditional
media like charcoal, pencils, ink, or paint. But you don’t have to limit yourself to
just the standard ones. It’s easy to make expressive, artful new brushes that don’t
respond like anything conventional. In other words, it’s the closest you are going
to get to drawing with real brushes, without having to pay a sheet ton of money to a bob
sucking corporation like adobe. So, stop whining and download this amazing
program. Number 1. Paint Dot Net. Paint.NET is an image and photo editing software
for Windows. It features an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for
layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools.
It has an active and growing online community which provides friendly help, tutorials, and
a sheet ton of plug ins. Did I say friendly community? I’m sorry, I meant to say: an arrogant
full sheet community who will bully you from day one. Paint.NET.
Developed by a fired angry microsoft employee, back when Microsoft thought they could take
on Adobe Photoshop, which never happened. It’s reported that
The idea was to create a graphic program to sell it with Microsoft office. to encourage users to purchase,
they included horrible clipart with microsoft word. Horrified users would be so traumatized
by the clipart that they would want to buy this program. But as I mentioned, that never happened, the
program was finally released for free, so, go ahead, download this amazing program! Do you agree with our list? What drawing program
do you think deserves to be here? For more game development content, be sure
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39 thoughts on “TOP 5 FREE DRAWING PROGRAMS 2018 ( Drawing )”

  1. I like to use Medibang Paint, it works on tablet and pc. It's free! I can draw on my phone during my commute and save to the cloud. When I get home, I can open up my drawing on pc and finish! You can save your drawings offline if you like.

  2. Left out a Gem from years ago "project dogwaffle" combined with "Archipellis 3d" it can modify polygons simply by modifying the vector texture image from any angle back and forth, and create 2d animations.. The others on your list are good too.. like Gimp for all the built in options.. Nice Vid Thanx

  3. If I may ask Sparckman, This female voice synthesis is great, Ummm what software did you use and is it text to voice? How could I possibly use the same technology to add to media?

    I also wanted to say your tutorials are refreshing and you walk people through it all showing all steps and don't cut out parts of the lesson assuming people understand it. I have found many YouTubbers that show tutorials well I find confusing because of steps left out and you teach in a detailed yet fun way. I have a ROKU and have Plex on my PC and I use a media ripping app to watch the videos offline and I copied them into my media library and I play them on my flat screen TV while I try to follow along to the lessons on my PC with the various software's you have listed that are free.

    I'm on disability but wish I could afford CTA to animate my own custom drawn characters by modifying the dummy template but I can't afford it however I have been trying to follow and use Synfig and totally confused regarding layers and the layer types as well as group layers. I bought the lessons from them but It frustrates me that most free or open source software as you're following lessons to learn it well the layout and locations and sometimes major parts of the GUI on the latest software don't match to ones in videos (Older versions or custom layouts they like) and it'll say go here click this or change that setting and I look and the button or menu isn't there at all but somewhere else that confuses me making me frustrated and making the lesson to me useless but so far yours are ok regarding this. Yes I know the price is great being free but it makes learning the software harder for me. What do you do with free software regarding this? Am I missing some resources to understand them? I'm more right brained and creative not as logical.

    Ok sorry for my rant and thanks for the help.

  4. OMG, Thank u bro!
    I´m an lil mangaka (my skills are normal) and i dont have money for a shitty programm that costs 100000 Dollars..
    again thanks bro!

  5. some good art programs:
    paintoolsia(sorry the 2.0 version it's not free)
    medibang paint pro(free)
    paint net(free)
    my paint(free)
    paint(free for kids)

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