Noupe Editorial Team April 14th, 2020

Procreate for Windows

procreate for windows

Whether you are a professional or someone who just draws as a hobby, you should always use the best drawing software that fits your needs.

Procreate is one of the best drawing apps for iOS, but unfortunately, it’s not available neither on Android nor Windows.

Even though there are too many alternatives to Procreate for Windows, we’ve tried to narrow it down to only the best ones for you. Here’s the list:

Drawing Apps for Windows

AutoDesk Sketchbook

AutoDesk Sketchbook

AutoDesk Sketchbook is a great tool that features various inks, pencils, markers and over 190 brushes that you can customize. You also get to access the exclusive Copic® Color Library, which houses a selection of color swatches. It’s possible to export your drawings as PSD, JPG, PNG, BMP, and TIFF. The interface is user-friendly so you’ll be making the most of out in no time. Last but not least, AutoDesk Sketchbook used to be paid, but now it’s completely free!

Krita

Krita

Krita is an open-source painting and sketching program, and it’s free. It has a great and customizable user interface. You can move the dockers and panels and place them anywhere according to your workflow. Krita also has a color wheel and an integrated reference panel. There are over 9 brush engines to help you customize your brush. You can also use the Resource Manager to import brush and texture packs from other artists.

ArtRage

ArtRage

ArtRage is a great tool that works on Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows. Basically, you can get your work done anywhere. Another great thing about ArtRage is that it has the tools to mimic real painting tools such as watercolors, paper options and rollers. You can smear and blend thick oils to create your natural color ingredients. 

Corel Painter

Corel Painter

Corel Painter is here to take care of your all professional needs. It has over 900 brushes that respond to stylus movement and canvas textures dynamically. You can also import other artist’s brushes, just like you can with Krita. They also have a system called The Brush Accelerator™ which really improves the performance of both the artist and the artist’s device. It’s great for saving time. You can improve your performance and produce great results with Corel Painter, but unless you are a professional, you might need all these features.

MediBang Paint

MediBang Paint

If you are looking for a tool to create your next comic series, MediBang Paint is the perfect solution. There are over 800 premade background options, 50 brushes, and 20 fonts that are free of charge. You can also use MediBang Paint on your tablets and mobile devices. And, getting familiar with the tool shouldn’t take too much time since there is a really active community and many tutorials that you can learn from.

FireAlpaca

FireAlpaca

FireAlpaca is also open source and available on both Mac & Windows. It’s free to use and is available in 10 languages. It’s quite easy to learn and use. FireAlpaca excels in layer effects. You can find the most popular layering tools that are available on many premium services. In addition to that, the creators have also been creating their own layering tools. You can sketch with pen and ink and also utilize watercolor, pastel colors and chalk colors. It’s a great free tool for artists.

You can create your own digital artwork with these great procreate for windows alternatives in no time. You never know when the inspiration might hit you, so it’s important to be mobile and have a device that you can draw digitally with you anywhere. That being said, if you are looking for an alternative to procreate on android, make sure to check out our guide and reviews on Procreate for Android.

For some design inspiration and ideas, check out the “Procreate Brushes” article as well.

Let us know which of these apps are your favorites in the comments below!

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