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Ibis Paint X is a drawing app, much like Photoshop for iOS and Android. It’s especially geared towards anime and manga artists with features that enable users to draw such art. Comparable with some of the best drawing apps, ibis Paint X has some pretty neat features.

You can use it to draw virtually anything as it’s pretty sophisticated. However, it remains popular with anime and manga artists. Think of it as a Photoshop Lite but for your phone.

Ibis Paint X Features

Ibis Paint X is pretty much like the other popular drawing and design apps like Photoshop or Procreate. You have all the essential drawing tools like brushes, pens, and pencils with different shapes and intensities. It offers RGB and HSB color palettes.

It uses different layers, so working with the app is easy. You can edit and remove specific layers without needing to redo the whole drawing.

For manga and anime artists, there are plenty of filters specifically used for this kind of art. It also has frames that you typically see in manga and anime comics. This makes it ideal for amateur manga and anime artists who want to perfect their craft.

Another great feature of this app is that it lets you share your artwork. You can find plenty of cool artwork from other artists on the app. Similarly, you can share your artwork online on your social media.

In addition to sharing artwork, you can also record videos of your process. That feature can result in some great time-lapse videos where you showcase your drawing skills.

Ibis Paint X Limitations

This app is available for download on your mobile, but using a drawing app on mobile is very difficult. First of all, the screen is small, so you don’t have the same convenience as you would on a larger screen. Secondly, drawing with fingers is very tedious, and you cannot get a professional outcome.

So even though it’s for phones and tablets, it’s best if you use it on a tablet with a stylus.

Another issue is the user interface, which is not the most user-friendly, especially on the phone. Again, due to the small size of the phone screen, the menu and tables seem very cluttered.

Lastly, if you’re using the free version, prepare to see a lot of ads. The app makes revenue through these ads, but when you’re doing something so focus-intensive like drawing, they can be very annoying. However, that problem can be solved if you get the paid version of the app, which is not very expensive.

How to Use ibis Paint X?

The app is fairly easy for beginners, but don’t expect to become a great artist overnight. Unlike Photoshop, it doesn’t have many guidelines within the app. But you’ll figure out things at your own pace.

You can use the app on your phone or tablet

You can use your finger or a stylus to draw (stylus is much better)

For tutorials, go to ibis Paint X official website or search on YouTube

How to Use ibis Paint X on PC?

Ibis Paint X is not available for use on PC like Photoshop. However, there’s a workaround to that limitation, and you can enjoy the app on your PC’s big screen. You can use an Android emulator to run ibis Paint X on PC.

It’s very simple and works great, especially if you have a laptop with a touchscreen and is compatible with a stylus. Here’s how you do it:

Install an Android emulator of your choice

Login to Google Play Store (if required)

Search for ibis Paint X app

Download the app

Launch the app on your PC and draw

This is one way you can get over the limitations of this otherwise great app. Even if you don’t have a touchscreen PC, you will find the drawing experience much better on a bigger screen and with a mouse. You’re in more control that way, and the process gets faster.

Wrap Up

Ibis Paint X is a great app for aspiring manga and anime artists. It offers some cool features for such artwork. However, it’s best if you use it on a tablet or PC, as a phone screen is too small to draw on.

If you like sharing your process, you can record your screen when you work on the app. Similarly, if you want to avoid the annoying ads, just buy the app with a one-time payment.

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