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How to Draw - Easy Lessons
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Education||4.6||June 16, 2017||4.07|
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Version 4.6 released on June 16, 2017
Drawing tools improved for landscape mode
Version 4.5.1 released on June 10, 2017
Version 4.3.1 released on May 12, 2017
• UI errors in landscape view fixed
• Small improvements performance
• Bugs fixed. Well, as ever :)
Version 4.1.2 released on April 11, 2017
• fixed the error of starting the app on devices with Android Gingerbread
• new instructions and groups of instructions!
• new app design (more modern)
• a lot of error in content and app were fixed
• the ability to disable advertising (paid)
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Learn to draw with How to Draw! Like a personal art teacher, it will teach you how to draw dozens of different objects and create amazing pictures.
• EASY: you don't need any special skills, just start drawing
• INTERESTING: try different styles of drawings
• FUNNY: now you can draw nice animals, or cartoon characters or cars and more
• self-teaching (educational)
• the app includes lots of drawings such as: cartoon characters, animals, cars, dragons, planes, flowers, and much more!
• each drawing is divided into a number of steps which are easy to follow.
• starting from a few lines, you’ll end up with a complete picture.
• You can create your own drawing and draw right on the screen.
• parents can use it to give drawing lessons to their kids.
The next permissions:
used for showing and maintance ads only
used for saving your own drawings only
BETA available on https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.artelplus.howtodraw
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