DESCRIPTION: Art, Entertainment, Native
..RELEASED: 6/16/09, VERSION: 1.3.3 -- RATING: 4 Stars..
All ages will enjoy the brilliantly, vivid-colored Spin Art. It is for the artist and hopelessly unartistic alike. (I fit in the latter group!) There are a variety of colors to choose from in the palette, and 3 splat sizes with which to create your masterpiece. Operational items are the Spin Button (white square w/green circle) which gets your artwork moving with a double tap, and the Paint Button (multi-colored splat) from which you can then select the 3 splat sizes. In Spin Mode, swiping your finger across the canvas creates varying speeds. Simply double tap the canvas again to stop spinning. If you choose, you may save your art to your photo album, or even e-mail it to friends. For the very proud, why not set your creation as your home screen wallpaper, or upload to Flickr? Enjoy the entertainment of Spin Art and getting wild and crazy with colors without getting dirty.
"Spin Art is based on one of our favorite childhood arts. It's fun and creative. You'll spend longer than you think playing with this app. Whether it's waiting in line at the bank, the dentist or on a boring date, you can always take a spin. When in Spin Mode (the button with green arrows on the left), swipe your fingers across the canvas to spin at varying speeds. You can switch back into Paint Mode (the multi-colored splat button) when you're done."
--Note: This app requires OS 2.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip: Be sure to join the SpinArt Flickr Group to shar your artwork. Visit:
Flickr Spin Art
Also watch the demo video at:
YouTube Spin Art
--Developer: Brian Smith
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