Turn your photos into paintings with Brushstroke.
Brushstroke transforms your album photos and snaps into beautiful paintings in one touch. Edit, sign, and share your work on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Want your artwork printed? We've teamed up with CanvasPop to provide the best quality canvas prints available. Pick a frame and size, and you’ll have your masterpiece delivered and hanging on your wall in no time.
For something extra special, try transforming your videos into incredible moving paintings at up to 4K resolution with Video Paintings.
• Automatically transform your photos into one of many painting styles
• Load photos from your Camera Roll and other Albums
• Take snaps and watch them transform instantly
• Experiment with different color palettes
• Adjust your painting to get just the right look
• Select from a variety of canvases and surfaces
• Sign your painting to personalize it
• Share your art on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
• Have your art printed and shipped right to your doorstep
• Transform your videos into art with Video Paintings (requires iPhone 5S, iPad Air, iPod touch 6 or later)
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Also featured in 155 other countries, and probably even more in the past.
I take photos and transform them into paintings...I love them and so do all my friends who now have the app. It’s fantastic!!!!
Aug 03, 2020
Cool app, especially on colorful outdoor picture conversion.
Oct 13, 2020
It freezes sometimes but nice results
Aug 04, 2020
Update 9.18.20Nothing has changed in this app for years, not a single added feature or significant improvement to the ones they have. This was one of my favorite apps for years, now I hardly use it as other painting apps far surpass it in functionality, control, realism and usability. Some filters introduce ugly unnecessary noise. Many (most) of the filters are so bad they are unusable. You can't even save presets. Worst of all, it STILL doesn't save at full resolution. Promises made, promises broken. If you like to play with photos, by all means play, but serious artists will do much, MUCH better elsewhere. Support developers who care about constant improvement, there are several out there dedicated to their products and customers. You're not going to find that here.Update 9.8.18Despite working directly with these guys to help them improve the app, as far as I can tell virtually nothing has changed, not even the noise on S3 or the hue slider I was specifically told would be included. Huge, HUGE disappointment... and waste of my time.__________I'm a professional artist and I've used this app for years. It doesn't get updated often, and even more rarely does it get any new painting or color filters, so purchasing it to encourage development for new features is not going to work out for you. More of an issue however, is how well what it does do works, and what the app inexplicably lacks. - Work on several of the painting filters needs to be done as so many of them are of a completely unusable quality at any intensity (including a full half of the illustration add-on filters).- To render many of the passable filters usable, the "thickness" setting has to be set very low or off entirely, the "brushstrokes" in these filters are heavy-handed and not very realistic.- S3, my go-to painting filter, leaves dark specks (not so fine as grain) on work when viewed at high resolution and adding a paper texture at any intensity doesn't do much to hide it. I have to use my desktop version of Photoshop to fix it every time I use it, which is often.- Speaking of resolution, after all these years this app still does not support original resolution. This is a major issue and one all Brushstroke's competition resolved long ago (unless this was finally added in today's update, which seems unlikely but was the one thing I forgot to test before writing this review).- The color palette filters and paper textures have the ability to be turned off completely, but for some inexplicable reason the same is not true of the painting filters. The color palettes are the best feature of the app and should be usable without being forced to use a painting filter at all. - A hue slider in the editing feature seems like a no-brainer for an app that's saving grace is its color functionality, yet one has never been added to the app. I move every image that goes through Brushstroke to a secondary app to adjust individual hues, but often an image could have been adjusted in app with a hue change applied to the entire image.- There is no way to save favorite filters in any category nor cross-category presets so you are forever forced to scroll through all the options to get to what you already know you're going to use.- Shadows and light can only be removed, not added. The slider setting needs to start in the middle of the scale so adjustments in both directions can be made. Secondary app to the rescue once again. - And an unusual (probably) direct development request: please consider adding a painting filter that paints with minimal texture and color changes so it can be specifically used to reduce pixelation from enlarged artworks without otherwise significantly changing the look of the original image. Painting apps are often used for this purpose but surprisingly no developer has thought to create a filter designed to make minimal changes to the original, so the "almost good enough" filters in a range of painting apps have had to suffice.
Sep 17, 2020