Top Recommendations for Comic Artists on the iPad

Hey there comic lovers! Are you in need of a free app to create your own digital comics on your iPad or mobile tablet? Look no further because I’ve got some great recommendations for you.

First up, there’s Medibang Paint and its app MangaName. As a webtoon artist and fan girl, I can confidently say that this is one of my favorite apps to use for digital art and comics on my iPad pro. Not only is it free, but it also has tools specifically designed for creating webtoon comics, like panel tools, G pen, text and word balloons, and tone materials. Plus, there’s a built-in community where you can upload and publish your creations.

Another recommendation is JUMP Paint. This app is also free and has similar features as Medibang Paint as well as tutorials from published Mangaka like the creator of Demon Slayer, One Piece and many others, making it a great option for creating webtoon comics.

And finally, there’s ibisPaint. While this app isn’t specifically designed for only creating comics since there are a lot of illustration creation feature, it still has a lot of useful features for webtoon artists. Some of these include digital art tutorials, over 1000 fonts, 335 brushes, 64 effect filters, 46 screentones, and 27 blending modes. It’s a great alternative to Clip Studio Paint Pro, so definitely give it a try.

If you have any more questions about these apps or creating webtoon comics in general, feel free to leave a comment below. I’m happy to help out and also have a “How to start a webtoon for beginners” ebook on how to make, publish, and monetize a webtoon comic for beginners.

In the meantime, if you’re looking for a fun and heartwarming AMBW manga webtoon to pass the time, be sure to check out Catch Me! Fight Me! Love Me! Happy creating!

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