If you’re not a graphic designer or one of those people who never figured out how to draw a straight line without a ruler, the chances are that drawing is not exactly your forte. However, things are about to change, thanks to a nifty tool recently launched by Google. Pairing advanced machine learning algorithms with the talent and know-how of hundreds of graphic designers, Google has created a tool that turns your doodles into pieces of art.
For those of us who were never good at arts and crafts, it’s challenging when we need to draw something. Remember Activity, the board game? If so, you would certainly recall the fact that one of the actions a player had to perform was drawing the concept he read on his card. That’s probably not much of a challenge for those who can create masterpieces using a Crayola and a piece of paper, but for the rest of us it’s quite a nuisance, especially when you try to draw a stickman and someone asks you why you drew Cthulhu’s head.
Well, thanks to a new application recently launched by Google, entitled AutoDraw, you won’t have any trouble drawing stuff and sending them to your friends. Do you want to design a birthday poster for someone and you don’t know how to draw the outline of a simple cake? No worries, because Google’s AutoDraw will help.
So, how does it work? Pairing advanced AI learning algorithms with the talent of hundreds of graphic designers, Google managed to create this unique application which threads in the footsteps of QuickDraw.
Now, let’s say you want to draw a Christmas tree, a mantelpiece, and some decorative socks as part of a holiday card for one of your friends. The first thing you’ll need to do is to head over to AutoDraws’s official web page or download the application on the mobile device and start drawing.
Begin by drawing as well as you can the elements of your birthday card. As you doodle, AutoDraw’s machine learning algorithms will compare your drawing to its database and offer you picture suggestions. After that, it’s only a simple manner of choosing the perfect design, arranging the elements on your card, and you’re good to go.
It’s fast, easy, convening, and, according to Google, it’s totally free of charge. Drawing and designing amazing things has never been so easy, thanks to Google’s efforts.