Painting with Rainbows
Drawing Pad Painting App
Drawing Pad Painting App for Android
In Drawing Pad painting app for Android, so far you get little more than the original children’s fingerpainting box of brushes and crayons.
- Once you’ve chosen your brush or pen in the Android version of Drawing Pad painting app, you can’t change its colour.
- Once you’ve chosen a brush, pencil, crayon or marker here, you can’t change its width or opacity.
- There are no blenders.
- There are no further tools in this Android version.
- You can’t pinch zoom.
Altogether the Android version of Drawing Pad painting app is a dead loss, wouldn’t you say?
Even in this limited Android version, the colours you do get are gorgeous.
Your finger or stylus fairly skates along. This app is so responsive it’s hard to stop drawing.
Pssst! If you’re using an S Pen with a Galaxy Note tablet or phablet, not only does it skate along, you’ll find you can in fact vary the width of your line with pressure in Drawing Pad painting app.
Drawing Pad Painting App for iPad
The iPad version of Drawing Pad painting app, as is the way of the world at the moment, adds more.
- Pencils from 6H to 8B
- Blenders to smudge and merge colours
- Text in a wide variety of fonts
You can pinch zoom on an iPad to home in on detail.
Your stylus may not skate along quite as smoothly as an S Pen on an Android Note, but the iPad version of Drawing Pad painting app has yet more secrets. Press a pair of little buttons lurking at the end of a line-up of brushes or crayons and lo and behold, little panels for further adjustments.
- A colour wheel
- 17 further brush heads to choose from
- Sliders to vary line width, transparency and spacing
There are no layers in either edition of Drawing Pad painting app, but you can import your own background in the iPad version. Both versions offer an array of ready-made backgrounds and stickers.