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The photo-to-sketch app that stands out from the rest! SketchMee analyzes, interprets and redraws your photo from scratch, instead of the simple edge filtering other apps do.
- New York Times sums it up: "This app turns your photos into pencil sketches of remarkable quality."
- Long time feature under "Staff Favorites / Impress Your Friends" in the US App Store.
- Countless great reviews around the world.
Just pick an image from your photo library, and watch it being sketched into a beautiful piece of art. Have endless fun playing around with settings, exploring a vast world of art possibilities.
Extremely easy to use. A handful of simple but powerful controls make you the artist in charge, enabling a wide range of different sketch art styles.
Completely unparalleled art quality. Not even desktop computer programs come close.
Save your creations in resolutions from 480 by 320 for web use up to 2880 by 1920 (5.5 megapixels) enabling printouts in high quality.
Rock solid algorithms generate great results with any type of image content. Try portrait images, landscape scenery, people, abstract stuff, computer graphics or anything else.
Zoom as deep as you like into the finished sketches to inspect the strokes. Your art will appear perfectly sharp at any zoom level. This is because sketches are built using vector curves, not from blocky pixel data.
Input images can be of any size. Tiny web images are easily transformed into works of high resolution sketch art.
A full screen crop feature lets you define exactly what part of the source image to use. Re-crop as many times as you like.
Send your artwork as emails, save to your image library or save to the shared documents folder.
For professional or advanced users: A powerful PDF export upgrade is available for purchase inside the app (USD $2.99). PDF sketch saving is almost instant, file sizes smaller and output resolution is infinite. The PDF sketches are fully editable in vector drawing applications like Adobe Illustrator, right down to the tiniest stroke bend.