Vancouver, Canada – Paige Rohrick of PaigeeDraw is launching the PaigeeDraw World Project. PaigeeDraw World is going to be an application to help people learn how to draw for mobile device platforms. There are many different techniques, styles and materials when it comes to creating traditional Manga / Anime, used by many different artists around the world. PaigeeDraw World invites artists to help create drawing tutorials based on their own unique styles, techniques and materials for use by the new PaigeeDraw World Application.
The PaigeeDraw facebook communities have grown to 275,000 members from over 88 countries in just one year! The communities have been asking for ways they can contribute and share.
PaigeeDraw World will give young artists an opportunity to shine, and get their creations seen by potentially millions of people. It will give artists an opportunity to be seen on PaigeeDraw, the #1 brand on mobile devices for teaching young aspiring artists how to draw. Artists from around the world will be given the opportunity to be seen by people in the industry and will also help build the portfolios of young artists and show off their skills!
Paige Rohrick of PaigeeDraw has been featured on TV, newspapers, magazines and blogs across the USA and Canada. The project is starting now, the application is expected to launch in the spring of 2012. For more information, visit PaigeeDraw World Project online.
PaigeeDraw Inc. is an independent software development company formed by Paige Rohrick as a way of teaching traditional drawing to anyone interested in Manga style art. Copyright (C) 2011 PaigeeDraw Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.