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Silk 2 – Generative Art

Draw beautiful flowing art with Silk

Draw beautiful flowing art with Silk

Silk 2 – Generative Art

by Yuri Vishnevsky
Silk 2 – Generative Art
Silk 2 – Generative Art

What is it about?

Draw beautiful flowing art with Silk. With Silk's award-winning magic brush, anyone can be an artist. Featured by Apple as one of their favorite apps.

App Details

Version
2.718922
Rating
(141)
Size
31Mb
Genre
Simulation Music
Last updated
October 5, 2017
Release date
February 1, 2016
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Draw beautiful flowing art with Silk. With Silk's award-winning magic brush, anyone can be an artist. Featured by Apple as one of their favorite apps.

Relax, express yourself, and create mandalas and wallpapers. With the swish of a finger, Silk strands mingle and fuse, weaving together into wonderful works of art.

Silk supports all iPhones and iPads, is enhanced for 3D touch, and specifically designed for the Apple Pencil. Buy once, run everywhere!

"I can't believe even someone like me can create something cool looking in this thing. That's amazing!" ~ nickknw
"Awesome! All I can think is woahdude." ~ MayhemMark

- The official app of the award-winning website weavesilk.com, with millions of users
- High-resolution export for poster prints or wallpapers
- Eraser, a rainbow color, many new color palettes
- Optimized for larger iPhones, iPad, and iPad Pro
- Support for the Apple Pencil and 3D touch
- Great for artists and non-artists alike
- Cross-platform: play on your iPhone/iPod touch, iPad, and iPad Pro
- Original music and sound created for Silk
- Create gorgeous wallpapers with the swish of a finger.

The creature sketch in the iPhone screenshots was drawn by Oliver Wetter (www.fantasio.info) and the silk eye was drawn by Daniel Coonfield.