List/Grid Tag Archives: drawing

Review Excerpt: The idea is to race to see who can most accurately fill in a target shape. You start with a simple circle, and end with a rather complicated picture of an animal. It ...
Review Excerpt: This collection of coloring tools and six arcade-style games is fused into a high quality Disney cartoon called No Service. In the story, Mickey and Donald swap clothing ...
Review Excerpt: More bite-sized than “Don’t Let the Pigeon Run this App”, this collection of five activities offers plenty of sillyiness, good big band music and variety; ...
Review Excerpt: This is a set of guided drawing lessons that makes it possible to see the lines you are supposed to draw before you draw them. It’s another example of a pedagogy ...
Review Excerpt: This is a set of self-correcting art sketching tutorials, with content sold as an in-app purchase (the first two levels are free). Created in Toronto by artist Peterson ...
Review Excerpt: This app features 48 interactive comic pages; two reading modes –  panel by panel and autoplay; music and special sound effects in each panel; special sections ...
Review Excerpt: In this app, children first choose from five pumpkin shapes. They can then either freely carve (with an adjustable-width knife) or they can select different eyes, noses ...
Review Excerpt: This third creativity app from Duck Duck Moose lets you make your own animated, self-narrated puppet shows. Like Draw and Tell and Princess, this app is easy to use ...
Review excerpt: Scoot & Doodle works specifically with Google Hangout (you need a G+ account to use it) so that children can draw and doodle, with up to ten other people — ...
Review excerpt: Grab your uDraw Game Tablet ($70, sold separately and required for play) and jump into SpongeBob’s world in this collection of mini-games. Like WarioWare, this ...
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