The are a number of drawing, note taking, and sketch book apps for iPad giving you a wide range of options from simple doodles to detailed artwork while using the touch screen. The most popular edition is likely Draw Something/Draw Mania with the pictionary style, and back and forth drawing and guessing. One of the best parts of Draw Something was seeing the creations people could actually make, and you realize how much skill is out there.
DrawQuest is a brand new drawing app that delivers daily drawing challenges which allows your creativity to run wild. For instance the app’s quest will be, “What is the UFO beaming up?”, “What’s under the Bed?”, “Give him a smile”, and so many more requests. You can do whatever you want based on the daily quest with a bit of the image supplied by default to give you a starting point. It’s such a great idea to give you a premise and a canvas, and let you go to work.
DrawQuest also makes it effortless to draw with straightforward brush tools, and a simple color selector. The app also has social connectivity allowing you to share your drawings as well as share other’s drawings. There’s even a neat playback option allowing you to see someone else’s creation stroke by stroke. DrawQuest can be just as enjoyable drawing as it is viewing the gallery of previous drawings. The main distinguishing aspect of DrawQuest over other drawing apps is that instead of just a blank canvas and tools, you’re actually given a starting point to get you drawing. It would be nice to see more of a quest nature with varying objectives, competition, and other options as DrawQuest limited in its current state.
DrawQuest (Free, iPad) can become a daily fixture to check in to whether you’re drawing the new quest or viewing other creations making it such a worthwhile download.