Autodraw: How to go from basic to Botticelli

Autodraw: How to go from basic to Botticelli

Hollie Abbott

Hollie Abbott

Are you artistically inept? Can you barely draw a stick person? Well look no further, we have found the perfect platform for you – Autodraw.

Google’s Autodraw allows even the most artistically challenged to turn their drawings into beautiful pieces of art.

The drawing tool allows you to scribble some shapes on a blank canvas and, through machine learning, it will guess what you’re trying to draw by replacing your original drawing with a significantly better one. The platform uses drawings from talented artists to help you create anything you fancy and it provides some ‘best guesses’, allowing you to pick your favourite templated picture and pass it off as your own.

It works on desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets and it’s completely free.

So, go and draw some weird lines and shaky shapes and see how Autodraw can turn your basic drawings into a masterpiece.

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