Draw out your diagrams, doodles, ideas, illustrations, and more with the Sketch tool in Notes! The Notes application on iPhone and iPad isn’t only for typing. You can accomplish such a great deal more, including adding pictures, web pages, and grids. You can likewise add sketches— separate areas or whole notes that you draw into with your finger or stylus, or with Apple Pencil on supported iPad tablets. It’s an extraordinary method to add multicolor, multi-pen diagrams, illustrations, and art to your notes. Here we will see how you can sketch in Notes on iPhone and iPad.
What we will see here?
Find the sketch pad in Notes for iPhone and iPad
How about we see how to find the sketching options in Notes. We’ll start from scratch with another note:
- Select Notes from your Home screen.
- Tap the New Note button in the bottom right corner.
- Press on the white space to bring up the keyboard.
- Tick the pen in the circle to bring up your sketch-pad drawing options.
You can select from a pencil, pen, highlighter, eraser, and more to sketch anything you desire!
How Use the sketch pad for Notes on iPhone and iPad
On the top row, you have undo and redo buttons allowing you to easily return or forward one step at a time.
Be that as it may, it’s the bottom row where the real fun begins, with the pen, marker/highlighter, pencil, eraser, lasso, ruler, and color picker tools.
Use the Pen, Marker and Pencil tools
- Select the drawing tool you want to draw with.
- Tap the tool again to choose the tool size and opacity.
- Use your finger or stylus to draw on the sketchpad.
With Haptic Touch, you can control the stroke with the pressure factor of your touch. In case you’re utilizing a more established iPhone, the stroke will only be affected by your drawing speed. With a quick swipe, the pen tool will create a thin line, while a quick swipe with the pencil will create a thinner, lighter stroke.
The marker tool doesn’t appear to be affected by drawing speed, yet you can layer your marker strokes to achieve a more richer, fuller color.
Use the Eraser tool
The Eraser is great to utilize on the off chance that you need to erase part of your sketch or a entire object in the sketch. Here’s the way to utilize it:
- Select the Eraser tool from the drawing tools at the bottom (it looks like a pink pencil eraser).
- Tap the Eraser tool again to choose from Pixel Eraser or Object Eraser. Pixel erases anything you draw it over, while Object will remove the entire object that you brush over, such as an entire line.
The Lasso device allows you to select an object on the canvas and move it around to an different spot in the note.
- Select the Lasso tool.
- Draw the lasso around the object that you want to select. The AI is smart enough to automatically detect the object, even if you just draw a single line with the lasso, so the entire object that you put a lasso line on is selected.
- Drag your object into a new spot in the note.
How select colors in Notes sketch pad for iPhone and iPad
- Press the color picker tool, located next to the ruler.
- Tap the color you would like to draw with. Note that this color only applies whatever the currently selected tool is.
- Draw with your tool.
Share your sketches from Notes on iPhone and iPad
So you’ve created a masterpiece in Notes, and now you need to share it to friends and family. Obviously, it’s not difficult to do as such.
- Enter Done when you’re happy with your final sketch.
- Tap the Share icon at the top right corner of the screen.
- Tick the icon of the service you want to share to or tap the icon of the action you want to perform.
On the off chance that you don’t see the share method you need at first glance, have a go at swiping to the left to see more. Also, you can generally tap More at the end to edit your accessible sharing activities.
To use the latest features of Notes, make sure you update your drawings, and set up Notes with iCloud or have notes saved on your device. Many Notes features won’t work with other email providers.
The Notes app in iPhone and iPad now allows you to draw, sketch, and color, using your finger or a stylus on the touchscreen. This is a really fun feature that is quite well done, and you’ll find the Notes drawing ability is particularly great on the larger screened iPhone and iPad models.