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What is the best program for drawing on a touchscreen?
I've got Illustrator and frustratingly I can't draw on the screen with that. My ideal application would let me draw on the screen with one of the multiple touchscreen pens I have bought and be able to save the file as a pdf, so I could open it in Illustrator to further manipulate the vectors.

07/21/2019

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The New Surface Pro 6 OMG!
I used to have a Bamboo tablet as a teenager. I loved drawing and writing on that tablet for my personal enjoyment and, it was absolutely magical to watch my art grow again; as I taught myself that I can find points in my life that I will have to start over. It was a refreshing and inspiring life lesson, and who would have thought, all this came from a tablet! Seeing the new Surface Pro 6 inspires me to obtain more goals as an adult. Almost as if my tablet 'grew up', in a sense. (Even if the two companies previously aforementioned are not the same seller...) I saw a piece of me in this new Surface Pro 6. And as distant as that piece might be for quite some time with my rather dismal budget at the moment, I can certainly continue to dream about that magical keyboard/tablet experience. It would be incredible to learn to draw again on the computer once more. I wonder what type of drawing programs it uses and or comes with, or has suggested for purchase? Does anyone have anything to say about the Surface Pro 6? Good experiences, bad, mediocre? Draw from mine if you had some negative experience, if you can. Consider this possibly as another step towards your 'grown up self', as well. :)

07/21/2019

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Creativity and Windows 10
What are some of the ways that you showcase your creativity trough Windows 10? Personally, I like to place my already made drawings into Paint and play around with the different brushes and colors and unleash my creativity! - Business Expert/ MS Store

07/21/2019

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Who want to return back to Windows 7 ?
I mean, The Windows versions best one is Windows 7. Because UI and Performance and all. I recommend my family to use windows 7 for performance and better understanding of windows.

07/21/2019

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https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/draw-free/9wzdncrfjb21

This app is very creative fun and easy and has some unique things I rated it five stars and if your into drawing this is the app for you!!!! even my little cousin she is 3 and loves this app even I love to draw too!!!πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜‰πŸ˜„πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜πŸ˜–πŸ˜€β˜ΊπŸ‘πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘This app is full of enjoyment and fun and I spend hours just drawing .

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.drawing

Encapsulates a GDI+ drawing surface. This class cannot be inherited. Icon: Represents a Windows icon, which is a small bitmap image that is used to represent an object. Icons can be thought of as transparent bitmaps, although their size is determined by the system. IconConverter: Converts an Icon object from one data type to another.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.windows.media.drawing

Remarks. Drawing objects are light-weight objects that enable you to add geometric shapes, images, text, and media to an application. Drawing objects are considered light-weight because they do not provide support for Layout, Input Overview, and focus.Because of their performance benefits, drawings are ideal for backgrounds and clip art. You also use drawings when programming at the Visual level.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../advanced/how-to-create-graphics-objects-for-drawing

How to: Create Graphics Objects for Drawing. 03/30/2017; 4 minutes to read +7; In this article. Before you can draw lines and shapes, render text, or display and manipulate images with GDI+, you need to create a Graphics object. The Graphics object represents a GDI+ drawing surface, and is the object that is used to create graphical images.. There are two steps in working with graphics:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.drawing.graphics

The drawing begins offset from the beginning of the array. DrawCurve(Pen, PointF[], Int32, Int32, Single) DrawCurve(Pen, PointF[], Int32, Int32, Single) DrawCurve(Pen, PointF[], Int32, Int32, Single) DrawCurve(Pen, PointF[], Int32, Int32, Single) Draws a cardinal spline through a specified array of PointF structures using a specified tension ...