Codazoda I's Review of Sketch GridReviewed on 4/30/20 1:54 PM
It's okay, but two major issues for me. First, it's difficult to select the entire image for your grid. I composed it already, so that's problematic. Second, it doesn't match the rotation of my image in the photo app.
Alexando's Review of Sketch GridReviewed on 4/30/20 1:54 PM
I've noticed that some people reviewing grid drawing apps don't realize that an iPad or iPhone can take a screenshot of the current screen... with your grid over your image! Then you just print it out and you're good to go. This is very much worth the money.
Budjiman's Review of Sketch GridReviewed on 4/30/20 1:54 PM
I do not like this app. I'm pretty irritated. When you grid something out to draw it on canvas...etc... You want the grid square so that it will match the grid on what will be your final product. This app doesn't give you squares... Depending on how you resize your pic you will end up with anything from a vertical rectangle to a square to a horizontal version of a rectangle. It's very irritating. There are only 3 buttons so I don't believe I can fix it on my end. Please fix this ASAP or refund me! I'd rather you just fix it though!
DrewGolfer's Review of Sketch GridReviewed on 4/30/20 1:54 PM
I’m a professional watercolor artist and use the grid as an easy guide for drawing my underpaintings. Love that it gives the user an aspect ratio so the grid is easily replicated on paper. Can be glitchy sometimes, but nothing an app reset hasn’t ever fixed. This app is a must for my workflow.
jayesstee's Review of Sketch GridReviewed on 4/30/20 1:54 PM
This is the perfect grid system for artists. Defining the area over which the grid will be imposed is easily done by a drag button. Pinching the grid increases the number of demarcations. Except for the 3x3 grid, the app applies a centerline grid vertically and horizontally. It's great, but see below. Update: the shape of the picture to grid can be custom sized to any proportion of width to height. However, there is no indication of what the ratio of width to height is in the grid window that is being defined, making it a little difficult to match the cropped picture in the device with the canvas you are using. It would be great if there is a 1.0 number shown on, say, the height axis, and the app shows what the ratio on the width (e.g., 1.3,) and this changes as the grid window is adjusted. Once the shapes of the grid window and the canvas are matched, the grids not being perfectly square would be less of an issue.