How to Draw Emojis

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How to Draw Emojis

Clumsy Clash LLC,

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Apple Reference 1 September 01, 2015 4.43

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Version 1 released on September 01, 2015

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App Description

Easily learn to draw Cool Emojis and Emoticons. These step by step drawing tutorials are so simple that it is great for everyone including kids. Develop your own unique hand drawing style with this drawing cartoon app. Learn to draw Emojis on Keyboards Like: Winking Face, Poo, Dog, Grinning Cat, Heart Eyes, OK, See no Evil and much more . Follow the steps to draw on paper or draw on the screen. Its a free drawing app, fun and easy to use, portable, with colorful graphics. Included Features: Choice of stroke color Choice of paint brush thickness Eraser Function Undo and Redo Function Pinch and Double tap to Zoom Save work to photo library. All emojis are drawn from twitters open source emojis. Graphics licensed under CC-BY 4.0:

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