Here’s a list of 5 how to draw apps for Android which you can use to learn how to draw, obviously. Apps from the list down below will help you learn the basics of drawing by giving you a step by step guide for each line that makes up a certain object, character, nature sight, etc. User can follow the guide in order to learn at least the basics of drawing. It can be helpful to kids who want to learn drawing as they can easily follow the given tutorials at there own pace. They can even go backward to see a particular step again.
Let’s look at these Android apps below.
Learn To Draw
Learn To Draw offers a large mix of step by step tutorials on how to draw just about anything. Animals, people, plants, everyday objects, you name it. Around 90 tutorials are available in total.
Each guide will have a couple of dozen steps in which lines that make up the drawing are added. You need to recreate those same lines using pen and paper. On the image above I am recreating Super Mario.
Get Learn To Draw.
Drawing The Human Body
Drawing The Human Body is a how to draw app for Android with a focus on the human body. It has separate categories for eyes, noses, lips, ears, faces, hands and legs.
Selection between male and female body parts is also possible to make. Each guide functions similarly to the one in Learn To Draw. Each step of the guide adds a new line to the overall drawing. You just need to follow everything using pen and paper.
Also, have a look at Free Drawing Program To Draw on Screen and Save Drawing.
Learn To Draw (Advanced)
Learn To Draw (Advanced) is a sequel to the Learn To Draw app, first one from the list.
What’s different in this advanced version is support for more complex drawings. Example can be seen on the image above. Learn To Draw (Advanced) is great step up if you’ve completed all the drawings from Learn To Draw and would now like something a bit more advanced to further develop your skills.
How to Draw – Easy Lessons
How to Draw – Easy Lessons offers a built-in editor for recreating the drawings inside the app itself.
How to Draw – Easy Lessons also offers you the ability to follow the drawing guides with its own editor. You can still use pen and paper of course. Over 50 drawing guides, of varying difficulty is available. Stylus-pen would be useful to have when drawing, for better precision.
Also, have a look at How to Draw in Your Computer with your Pen.
Learn to Draw by xApps
Learn to Draw also offers a built-in editor, but what makes it interesting is that you can use pretty much any image you want and learn how to draw it.
It does this by making an image you select superimposed in the editor, so you can trace the lines. A built-in search tool lets you do a web search for shapes you want to learn how to draw.
Learn To Draw by xApps is my favorite out of the 5 how to draw apps for Android above because it lets you choose pretty much any image to learn how to draw it. Drawing The Human Body is a runner up, because it has very realistic how to draw guides. What do you think the best app is?