A new tool for drawing graphic art is about to become available in the UK.
In a press release from the British Council, the council said it is currently the world’s leading provider of online services for artists, with more than a billion people using its platform.
The new tool, which the council says will be ready by the end of this year, will allow artists to upload, edit and share their work without needing to pay for a licence.
The council said its new service will be free to use, but the council is offering a licence to the artist.
It also said the tool will allow people to “make use of the many resources available to them in their local area”, including the ability to share artwork and even draw directly from the web.
The move is likely to spark a bidding war between several large, established organisations.
The Council for Public Art, for instance, already has a free tool available to help artists create artwork.
And while there are plenty of alternatives, the tool is likely be seen as the most important.
But the council isn’t the only organisation looking at the use of new tools.
It is working with the US-based Creative Commons Foundation to develop an app for the arts.
This will allow the arts to be used more widely, with the aim of helping the arts “build and improve their own creative infrastructure”.
There is also talk of using digital tools to support artists in developing new forms of art.
Earlier this month, the British Museum’s director of creative development, Mark Richardson, said the museum’s new exhibition of original paintings will include an interactive experience that will “make the art of a lifetime accessible for the first time”.