A few others for windows would be the prototype [BlindPaint] which requires a touch screen, and [SVGDraw01]. There's also The vOICe for android, but there's another sonifier type program based on The vOICe that simulates color using different acoustics called EyeMusic for [Android] and [iOS].
For drawing tools on mobile, there's [DrawBack] which is designed to be used with TalkBack. It seems to also feature haptic feedback, though Explore By Touch seems to cause some interference. There's also a selection of apps [here] for children with visual impairments due to their auditory feedback for both basic and advanced drawing, though i'm uncertain as to how intuitive or functional they may be.
It would be interesting to get some opinions and comparisons between all these tools actually.
edit: Also not to be confused, but when you say Tactile Ware, are you referring to [TactileView]? Or [TactileWare] by iFeelPixel? Otherwise you can add TactileView to the list of windows drawing tools.
: Accessible Paint Tool
: Accessible 3D Model Viewer