Inkscape is an Open Source vector graphics editor, with capabilities similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, or Xara X, using the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format.
Xournal++ (a fork of Xournal) is a handwriting Notetaking software with PDF annotation support. Written in C++ with plattform independent GTK, supporting Linux, e.g. Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Suse, macOS and Windows 10. Supports Pen input like Wacom Tablets.
Xournal++ vs Concepts opinions
There's a paywall for exporting it in SVG, PNG, PDF.
In Xournal++, you can increase the canvas size to any size you want. It is not unlimited size, but you can export it as a PDF, PNG, or even SVG.
Procreate is a multi-award winning, creative illustration app built from the ground up for iPad with a pocket-sized variant for iPhone. The app features a complete, professional toolset that's accessible while still providing the power and flexibility of desktop counterparts.
Meet the freeform digital canvas where ideas, content, and people come together.
Sketches is a perfect mix of beauty, simplicity and power, a truly unique combination you won't find anywhere else.
Tayasui Sketches vs Concepts opinions
Tayasui Sketches doesn't offer enough technique and detail as Concepts. It focuses more on the simple aesthetic side of things; the layers prove to be a big problem as well since I cannot import images like on concepts.
Lorien is an infinite canvas drawing/note-taking app that is focused on performance, small savefiles and simplicity. It's not based on bitmap images like Krita, Gimp or Photoshop; it rather saves brush strokes as a collection of points and renders them at runtime (kind of...
- Charcoal is incredibly easy to use: Just create or open a sketch and start drawing. There are no layers, properties panels or confusing settings. Instead, Charcoal features rich tools and beautiful color palettes.
We believe artists deserve the best possible tools and we are determined to give it to them. The goal with Leonardo is to make the best painting application ever.
Creating great drawings and getting your ideas down on digital paper is all about your headspace. Flow pages seamlessly expand as you draw and develop ideas, which means you keep your head in the clouds instead of managing documents.