Just when you think there’s nothing original hasn’t come out in the App Store, pops up a an app called LightWeaver by Paul Ollivier. If that names sounds familiar, it should because he made an app called Trimaginator. I’ve been waiting for some updates to happen with this app before writing a review. What made me decide to write the review is Paul updated the app so you can just purchase it and opened everything up. There is also a 32 bit export with no background for people who need the higher saves for graphic designs and other digital art platforms.
The image up above was edited with LightWeaver.
This will be the demo photo used for the tutorial.
I use This by Tinrocket to point out all of the button on how to operate LightWeaver.
As you can see it’s really easy to operate this app.
The colors for the lines are endless with different hues and you can change the colors when you layer each line preset. You don’t have to use the same colors.
In order for you to see the LightWeaver lines to show up on your photos. You must have an overlay color. If you don’t have an overlay color on top of your photo, the lines will not show up on top of your photo. I’m showing you how to change the overlay color.
These are the two different saves, the left is a regular and the right is the 32 bit save with no background.
Overall if you want something different and creative, LightWeaver is worth the pick for $2.99. You have a lot of creative features and tools to work with. The app runs smoothly without any crashes and universal to all iPads. The 32bit export is really nice option to have and you can layer the preset weaves over each other. You really can’t go wrong with this app. If you have any questions about this blog post, please leave comments. Have a great day and see you soon !!!