AutoDraw: Fast Drawing for Everyone
Google’s recently released web-based application called AutoDraw. It is designed to help users rediscover their inner Picasso and express their creative potential. Dan Motzenbecker, Kyle Phillips, and Google Creative Lab co-created it.
Your hand-drawn scribbles may be transformed into works of art using the AutoDraw program, which is accessible over the web. The Auto Draw app is completely free to download, and it is compatible with all mobile devices, including computers, tablets, and smartphones.
The suggestion tool in AutoDraw uses the same technology that is utilized in QuickDraw to make an educated guess as to what it is that you are attempting to draw.
At the moment, it is capable of predicting hundreds of drawings, and AutoDraw developers are looking forward to adding many more in the future.
You can ask me why auto draw? It is pretty easy for it to convert crude sketches into symmetrical ones.
It contains a function called “Do you mean” that speculates what it thinks you’re drawing based on your information.
It can draw shapes, resize things, or fill colors according to your specifications, whether you want it to or not.
We have high hopes that AutoDraw will make drawing and other creative endeavors more approachable and enjoyable for people of all ages and skill levels.