What Should I Draw HD – iPad App to Answer Our What We Should Draw Question

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by hunier, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. hunier macrumors newbie


    Feb 22, 2011
    If your kids are always confused and short of ideas about what they should draw, this new iPad app answers your question.

    What Should I Draw HD not only provides drawing media but also gives suggestions of what to draw. The app consists of four splodges of paint when touched that reveal a different part of the drawing suggestion. The blue reveals an adjective, red reveals a colour, yellow reveals an animal and purple reveals a verb. So the end result could be "A sparkling, Pink, Walrus, Chilling Out" and other thousands of combinations available. Kids will have some fun to explore the ideas about what they should draw and it’s amazing to see how they translate the idea into wonderful artworks.

    Additionally, users are able to upload their artwork to What Should I Draw website, save and see how it looks on their favorite printable item.

    What Should I Draw HD App Features:
    * Thousands of suggestions of what to draw
    * 12 beautiful colours to choose from
    * Correction button
    * Save to device gallery option
    * Upload to What Should I Draw App gallery
    * Artwork on T shirt, mug or other printable item look

    iPhone drawing apps | What Should I Draw for more info
    What Should I Draw HD app is available for download for only $2.99 in the Apple App store worldwide, while the artwork website can be accessed for free.
    Download the app to get started and register on the website to get gallery access.

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  2. marcusj0015 macrumors 65816

    Aug 29, 2011
    they charge money for that? that looks like a kids show from the 80s....
  3. psonice macrumors 6502a

    Jul 22, 2005
    That's kind of what I thought too.. actually I thought the whole idea of an app that just suggests stuff to draw was pretty funny.

    But maybe not - now and then I try to draw something, and at that point I pretty much always have zero inspiration for something to draw. So I reckon there IS actually a need for an app like this, and possibly a small market. I'm not in the market for this one personally mind ;)
  4. marcusj0015 macrumors 65816

    Aug 29, 2011
    no, i totally agree. when you want to draw, you don't have a damn clue what to draw. but i personally think writing your ideas down in notes is better than some app suggesting some generic drawing.
  5. Snorkledorf macrumors newbie


    Oct 18, 2011
    Kansai, Japan

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