Novosibirsk, Russian Federation – One of the advantages of How to Draw is a combination of the educational concept with the entertaining form. The main task of the app is to give users an illustrated lesson of how to draw, help them materialize their ideas and visualizations in paper, develop their drawing skills. This is also a good base if you want to create your own drawing and need ideas. Some people, as for example, parents use it to give drawing lessons to their children at home.
How to Draw has an outstanding catalogue of different drawings varying in styles and complexity. By choosing one of the drawings, a user gets involved into a lesson of drawing, following steps he sees on the screen. Starting with a few lines and following easy step-by-step pictures, he ends up with a complete picture drawn with his own hands. Both adults and children will find there something interesting, from their favourite cartoon characters to realistic drawings of animals and cars.
To support beginners, the screen is designed like graph paper, and new lines in each new step are marked red for more comfortable drawing. This will help you make the right proportions of an object.
The new app interface allows searching in specified categories to find a particular picture, for example, animals, anime, cars, cartoons, etc. Another feature – all drawings now are kept in the developer’s server so it’s no need to keep tens of them on the phone. Just download the new pictures to draw off the server and enjoy drawing!
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.2 or later
* 3.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
How to Draw 2.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.
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