September 1, 2011 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Gunpo-si, Korea - designmeme today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of ThumbnailSketch 1.0, its new drawing application developed specifically for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Featuring a simple user interface, a new drawing method, and even folder management, ThumbnailSketch provides you only the functions needed to make a simple sketch. If you are a person who draws a picture on occasion, please take a look at ThumbnailSketch.
ThumbnailSketch can be summarized as the following 5 functions: an easy-to-use interface where sketches can quickly be drawn and copied with a canvas, an imaginary line-drawing that helps solve the difficulty of drawing by hand on a screen, a fixative button, 7 brushes needed for a thumbnail sketch, and a sketch book binding sketches into a folder.
A close look at characteristics of this application is as follows. The most notable part among characteristics of this application is a user interface. The existing drawing application should create a new canvas after moving a screen back to make a new sketch. But, this application can move from a drawing screen directly to the other canvas. You can make a sketch very simply and easily because a new canvas can be generated and moved to the existing other sketch as a brush tool bar remains intact and only a canvas is changed if you drag a screen from side to side with your two fingers.
This function becomes more distinguished if a copy function is added here. A sketch is copied and a copy icon is shown on the right if you drag it upwards with your two fingers on a canvas screen. This is a scene that a copied sketch is overlapped on an existing sketch. You can see a scene that a copied sketch is fixed on a screen and a canvas is moving downwards if you move a canvas from side to side. The copy is completed when you press a fixative button after moving to a canvas that you want.
Its way to draw a line is very unique. It is very hard to draw on an iPhone screen. An imaginary line mode, a new method which solves this problem, is a function that you can virtually draw a line several times. You can draw many different lines over and over until you draw a line that you want as an imaginary line disappears if another line is drawn. You only need to press a fixative button if your favorite line is drawn. It is very useful in drawing a delicate line and testing a brush. You can draw a line not in an imaginary line mode, but in a common way if you press a fixative button twice.
In addition to a user interface, the notable part is a brush tool. A brush tool provides only 7 types of brushes mainly in solid colors in line with the concept. Each brush provides the scope of its real and similar expression as you can select the thickness of a pen. A sketch book is a kind of folder. You only need to make a sketch in a sketch book as you create a sketch book according to its use. Even if you can send a sketch to a photo album, E-mail, Facebook, and a twitter, you can send sketches in a folder form if you use the Dropbox.
* A Brush Tool that does not go beyond the actual expression scope
* Draw by choosing your favorite line
* Sketch by changing canvases
* Conveniently duplicate sketches
* Manage by binding sketches into sketchbooks
There are many drawing applications at an App Store. In fact, it is really difficult in drawing a picture meticulously and takes time with a Smartphone. Featuring a simple user interface, a new drawing method, and even folder management, ThumbnailSketch is a drawing application developed specifically for Smartphones.
* US English, French, Italian and Korean
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 22.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
ThumbnailSketch 1.0 is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
Operating out of Gunpo-si, Korea, designmeme is a application design and development company founded by Jihye Lee in 2011. Copyright (C) 2011 designmeme. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.