Today I am sharing a series of apps from Eye Paint. They are unique coloring apps that open up otherwise impossible ways to bring paintings to life.
I have reviewed apps for a while. The biggest benefit for me is the opportunity to explore new ideas. Whenever I found something that I have not seen before, I get excited. The Eye Paint apps are one of these apps that get me excited. We have had the apps for a long time. The reason I have not posted a review is it is hard to describe what it is. You need experience it yourself to see how good it is and innovative the idea is. It lets you create wonderful paintings in a completely different approach and lets you have a new perspective of things around you. Fortunately, some apps in the series are free to download with In-App Purchase options. The free content is enough for you to get a sense of how things work.
There are 4 apps in the Eye Paint series: Animals, Monsters, MyDairy, and Alphabet.
When you open the app, you will see a line of bubbles with a picture on each. Each picture is a drawing without color. Animals app has pictures of animals, Monsters app has monsters, Alphabet app has pictures of animals with letters, and MyDairy has pictures of daily activities.
You can choose any of the pictures. To color the pictures, you tap on a part of the picture. That part becomes transparent. If you hold up you device like you are going to take a picture, only the part you tapped will show the photo view. With this, you can move around your camera to find the right color, image, or pattern to fit in the little area of the picture. Once you are satisfied with the selection for that area, you tap on a different part of the picture, and find the right color or pattern for that area. You keep doing this till you feel the whole picture is colored or painted to your satisfaction.
There is a brush that you can use to make some part of the picture transparent, if you want to make some changes to the pictures provided by the app. I brushed the center of a dinner plate transparent and snapped my son’s face there.
The Alphabet app also allows kids to trace the letters, which is an added learning feature to the already fun app.
All 4 Eye Paint apps are available on iPhone, iPod and iPad. MyDiary and Alphabets are $0.99 each. Monsters and Animals are free to download with over 10 free pictures from each app. In-App Purchase is available for more pictures.
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