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Elementalist Review

Elementalist Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Casting magic from our finger tips has never been so close. But then again, it isn't always what it's cracked up to be either.

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Inkist Review

Inkist Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Inkist touts a "streamlined drawing experience" and compares itself to "advanced painting software," however in reality it's anything but.

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Penception Review

Penception Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This simple yet elegant app is almost perfect for a little on-the-go sketching.

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Pickle Weasel Review

Pickle Weasel Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Pickle Weasel is better for a quick chuckle than for hours of enjoyment, but it's got personality to spare.

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SketchPhrase Review

SketchPhrase Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A whole lot of SketchPhrase's fun depends on who's playing but when it all "clicks" it can be incredibly silly fun.

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Draw a Stickman: Epic Review

Draw a Stickman: Epic Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
It's about as taxing as *actually* drawing stick figures in a coloring book, but Draw a Stickman: Epic is full of enough charm and playful interactions to warrant some doodling.

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A new maze game has been released by bladibladibla.com (an interesting and humorous name) called Draw Maze. In addition to working through mazes, players can also use this app to create their own mazes.

Players will challenge themselves in this difficult maze game to work their way through a series of complex mazes. After finishing these mazes that come with the app, players can then go on to create their own mazes and challenge their friends to overcome their self-drawn madness. Not only can players send mazes to their friends to play against one another, they can also compete for the high score on the mazes that come with the app and become the “World Record” holder. The developer is even adding the trickiest designed mazes sent in as featured new levels.

While the game is universal and can be played on any iOS device, the developer’s preferred platform is the iPad. Considering the significant increase in screen real estate on the iPad compared to the iPhone, this is no surprise. Draw Maze is a free app. So grab it and start trying to stump your friends.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-06-15 :: Category: Games

Bloody Western Review

Bloody Western Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
A gritty, bloody, surprisingly clever free-to-play cowboy romp awaits.

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Sketchshare Review

Sketchshare Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Sketchshare is a productivity app that allows up to four iPad users to doodle and brainstorm in real time.

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Draw Something Review

Draw Something Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
So as it turns out, combining turn-based social multiplayer with something akin to Pictionary is utterly amazing. No, really. I'm not exaggerating.

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Robot Fish to Surface Soon

Fish are always cool. Know what’s cooler than fish? Robot fish. So it stands to reason that Robot Fish from Liger Games gets automatic cool points. They also deserve some cool points for making a game that involves drawing lines that doesn’t quite adhere to the norms of most line-drawing games.

Rather than tracing a path to an exit or preventing collisions, players will seemingly have to plan their route through each level in one go. The kicker is that they can use all manner of fruit to acquire special abilities (i.e. bashing through hazards, duplication, etc…). It’s hard to fully picture it with screen shots, but the videos on the developer’s blog should help. Looks pretty nifty, huh? I can only imagine how much planning and practice it takes to blow through levels that fast, and most of the time they’re barely earning “C” ranks!

Robot Fish should be hitting the App Store soon. Within the next couple of weeks, assuming it makes it through Apple’s approval process in a timely manner. No word yet on a price, though.

Lead Sketch Review

Lead Sketch Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
This app turns a finger into a versatile sketching tool with various lead types.

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Drawin’ Growin’ Review

Drawin’ Growin’ Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Help Meu bring life (or at least a little more ambiance) back to the kingdom with lots and lots of line-drawing. There's tapping aplenty, too.

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Pigs in Trees Review

Pigs in Trees Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Path-drawing gets much more intense when a pig's home is on the line.

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Ranger Rocket Review

Ranger Rocket Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
A tiny line-drawing rocket piloted by a sarcastic cowboy is Earth's only defense against the invading forces of evil.

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You are sitting in the boardroom and you forgot to bring your “notebook” so you can take “notes” during the meeting. We all know you are just going to draw houses, spirals and other miscellaneous items instead of jotting down those all important budget numbers. Why not take those doodles to the next level with some chalk or fire? Four great ways to get your doodles on is easily attainable in one of these four apps:

Sketchbook Pro:
For the more serious doodlers, or dare I say artists, Sketchbook Pro is a great way to do some serious doodles. Multi-touch, 75 brushes, six layers, blend modes barely explain the power of this app. I mean when Penny-Arcade is able to put out a comic completely drawn with this app, what more endorsement could you possible ask? A lot of power resides in this hefty app, and it just needs you to unlock it.
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FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-17 :: Category: Entertainment

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Sidewalk Chalk:
You may tell people you are getting this for your kids, but we all know the big child in you misses drawing on sidewalks! With the help of Sidewalk Chalk, you do not need to push your kids out the door so you can get your chalky doodles on. Complete with different colors, an array of backgrounds, and even the ability to email drawings to people in your address book so they can print out the doodles and bring a new meaning to fridge art. You do not even have to worry about the rain washing away all that hard work.
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iBurn 3 – Draw With Fire!:
Time to play with fire! Okay, not literally, but you can doodle with it thanks to the powers of iOS. Not only can you draw with twelve different variations of fire colors, but you can also load up pictures and lay waste to them with your fire art. Once the fire has been put down you can shake and tilt your iPhone to watch the fire dance. All the fun of playing with fire, none of the complaints from Smokey the Bear.
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Sand Garden:
At the end of a stressful day, a sand garden will go light-years to helping you wash away the stress of TPS reports and Lumberg complaining about your lack of motivation. Sand Garden not only gives you a great looking sandbox, but you can also put some rocks in it for that authentic Zen garden feel. 3D modeling and different lighting effects even help put that extra bit of polish on your garden of peace. Sometimes, you just need a sandbox to doodle in to help take the cares of the world off your shoulders.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-12-09 :: Category: Entertainment

$1.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-04-01 :: Category: Entertainment

Before it’s release, one of the areas mentioned that the iPad had huge potential was in the arts. The question was how would artists take to it or would they? The iPad has now been out for less than a month and we’re already seeing a great uptake from a wide variety of artists. Here are a few short videos that show more.

The First iPad DJ

Rana Sobhany gave an early preview of her DJ project, Destroy The Silence this past weekend at iPadDevCamp. The plan is to become a DJ using nothing but 2 iPads, music apps, and a mixer. Here’s a short interview and demo done with Rana by Robert Scoble earlier this week.

Some of the apps she uses in the video include Korg iElectribe, Looptastic HD, GrooveMaker, and iDaft2.

Manga Artist Sketches on the iPad

yoshitoshi ABe, manga artist has posted a short video showing the use of an iPad app called Live Sketch HD. He quickly draws a beautiful sketch of a character called Ain.

Flight of the Bumblebees — one handed?

Pianist Lang Lang played a little joke during an encore recently, using his iPad and the music app Magic Piano from Smule. One of the features of Magic Piano is that it allows you to play the piano just by playing the tempo, it will play the correct notes for you. In this video, Lang Lang plays the very difficult Flight of the Bumblebees very nonchalantly with just one hand.

[via Laughing Squid, TUAW, and iPhone Life]

32 x 32

32 x 32

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
32 x 32 is a simple and elegant drawing tool that allows even the artistically impaired to create a mini- masterpiece.

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Organizer

Organizer

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Organizer is useful for writing your daily plans, jotting down your ideas and for an advanced memo tool. The options in this application for making notes are impressive, but lack of calendar integration lets it down.

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Multipad

Multipad

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Although Multipad bills itself as a "stylish program that is always at your hand," it's actually a clunky little app that does little more than hold a limited number of hand written notes. While most note taking apps give you an unlimited number of pages to work with, here you have 72 scratch pads separated into 8 different pad sets. What does one do when he or she runs out of space?

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Crayon Physics Deluxe

Crayon Physics Deluxe

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Crayon Physics Deluxe presents you with 50 levels of crayon and paper filled puzzling. You draw lines, boxes, and other shapes in your quest to cause a red circle to travel from its starting point to the ending point, which is always a yellow star. As the levels progress this requires more and more ingenuity, but the game is simple enough for anyone to pick up and enjoy. The included level editor adds a little longevity to the game.

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Instaviz

Instaviz

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Instaviz is a graph visualization app. It is based on the open source software Graphviz, which is available for the Mac, Windows, and Linux. With Instaviz you can easily draw shapes such as circles, ovals, squares, and triangles, label each, and then connect them to one another. You can then export these to a number of different services, including MobileMe.

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Sketches

Sketches

Sketches is an amazingly useful and fun application!

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