The colors were picked and just APPEARED! That's the face you have when you see an app do in a second what would take you an hour.
For a while now, people have kindly been sending us a link for an app that actually colours your lineart. And because the 4 Dog Studio is a crackerjack group of responsive folks, we jumped on that in just under 4 months.
Shamelessly, I admit, we expected little. These sorts of promises have been made, tried, and shown to be laughable failures. The mere idea that a machine could possibly compensate for the creativity a human being by the age of 3 possesses, well quite frankly, it's a laughable idea.
*cough* May I admit. We had a real serving of humble pie. For breakfast. Lunch. And dinner.
If you are new to the application, the link is PaintsChainer. And it is just about the object of every sketcher's dreams. Possibly every digital colorist's nightmare. Ladies and gentlemen, we present, an app that, if you are a sketcher who likes to see the sweet colors slapped on your works, saves you buckets of time.
We haven't played around with it enough to learn each feature. Searching around the site, we found enough instruction for this sketchy, steampunk comic goodness. And while we could not figure out a way to save at 300 dpi, that is not to say it doesn't exist.
In the fullness of time, I'm sure I will be laughing at the fact we were ever amazed at these features. Sort of like looking back at an early version of Photoshop and drinking heavily. Today however, ladies and gentlemen-we tip our hat to one creative coloring app! Even if we are a bit late to the party.