Take a look at our wonderful tutorial app: iDrawMonsters

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  1. ML1010, Feb 18, 2012
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    Can you draw a cute monster? This app will tell you how.
    iDrawMonsters is a video drawing tutorial for beginning artists, children and teenagers. In the video, our artist will tell you how to drawing cute monster fast and easily. Now you can be involve in this drawing process with only a pencil.

    More detail:
    Tool: a pencil or a Corel Painter software and a digital tablet (not required)
    Lecture 1: The making of a flying fish 09 m 25 s
    Lecture 2: How to draw a alien monster 07m 47 s
    Lecture 3: Designing a creature on land in a composition way 09 m 13 s
    Lecture 4: How to draw a cartoon eagle 12 m 59 s
    Lecture 5: Designing a sea monster 12 m 38 s
    Lecture 6: Designing a sea creature in a composition way 10 m 38 s
    Lecture 7: How to draw a fish hunter 13 m 03 s
    Lecture 8: How to draw a simple vampire 13 m 31 s

    See also:
    A review by appAdvice.com, one great iOS app review website. The link:
    http://appadvice.com/appnn/2012/02/can-you-draw-a-flying-fish-this-app-wil-
    l-teach-you-how

    We release the 'iDrawMonsters' aiming to give people easy and cheap access to drawing and designing. Our courses of drawing are very easy to learn. The tools needed are only pencil and sketchbook. And the app is much cheaper than any other video tutorial in the world. For example, famous Lynda.com's training DVD usually cost $59.9 or more.

    itunes link:http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/idrawmonsters/id501617257?mt=8
    and a report by appadvice.com:http://appadvice.com/appnn/2012/02/can-you-draw-a-flying-fish-this-app-will-teach-you-how
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  2. Acorn, Feb 18, 2012
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2012

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    you broke a 7 minute video into 5 parts?
     
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    Good question!
    The answer is no, we don't.
    All lecture are around 10 to 15 minutes. The part one is an introduction of 22 seconds. The reason we break it into 4 or 5 parts is that every part is talking about different step of the lecture. And a long time education video will drive people asleep and not focus.
     
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    any more suggestion?:D
     
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    I refresh the description. I think it lead to some mis-understanding. I am sorry that in US store we got a one star review for too few lesson she thought(I can understand the feeling, but I don't really think that it's 'a few'. it's 8), but in AU store we got a five just because the reviewer is working in a child care center and she love it.
    So, I put in the description that the app is mostly for beginners, children and teenagers.
    I hope I just explain what happen.:)
     
  6. PWY
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    Do you have some preview video to show ?
     

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