FreeArt has been around for centuries with all kinds of styles portrayed on 2D canvases. There are a ton of drawing apps on the App Store that range from finger painting to pinpoint stylus sketching. Draw in 3D is an all new type of drawing app that provides exactly what the title states. Rather than being restricted to a 2D canvas, you can now draw in three dimensions for all new artistic expression. The app essentially provides 3D modeling, but fashioned into an accessible touch based package.
To draw in 3d, you simply place your finger on screen and draw a line. You can then adjust the camera with two fingers to see the line with depth. The app also lets you swipe the camera to give it constant momentum, so that when you place your finger on screen, the line follows the momentum of the camera. The best way to draw in 3D is to send the camera rotating, and then just make subtle adjustments to the movement of your finger, and have the movement of the canvas do most of the work. It’s an accessible set-up allowing anyone to start drawing, and the results look great as you pinch and pan the camera to see every angle of your creation.
Draw in 3d ($1.99 -> Free, iPad) provides an all new canvas to create on, making it well worth picking up. The app is free for a limited time.