These are my first experiments so don't be harsh on me (Not life models. I drew bodies from Robert Hale's book. Click on his name, an amazing artist)
Thumbs up & down:
-The paintbrush, though has a faint look and you can reach the softest highlights and darkest darks, does a bad job in imitating brushstrokes (paintbrush used for the background of woman nude bellow.) However, the pencil tool is great (visible on Jesus's knees.)
-Missing the virtual charcoal. So far it has marker, fountain pen (highlights on Jesus), ballpoint (male nude), pencil (which, unfortunately cannot be changed from soft to hard for more drama), and paintbrush (one size fits all...)
-You can mix up to two colors, but it has a variety, and you can create your own tones.
-The virtual pencil is fairly inexpensive and easy to use
-There is just one type of virtual paper. You can change its color, but not the texture. Oh well, not so bad for what it promises. For a fuller experience, one must go back to the canvas...
-Big big ☟ ---> you cannot import photos of your girlfriends so you can apply a big, thick, black, hairy mustache...