Infinitely cheaper than real crayons, Crayon Maestro's digital equivalents will help anyone realize their potential when it comes to drawing.
Full Screen Drawing:
Use a 3-finger tap or shake the device to toggle full screen mode on/off.
(You can also flick the toolbar over to the opposite side.)
Zooming And Panning:
Pinch to zoom in/out.
Drag with two fingers to pan.
A 2-finger tap will then reset the zoom/pan.
The image consists of 2 (3 if you upgrade to Pro) transparent layers on top of each other.
To switch between the different layers, use the button that has what looks like a stack of papers in addition to a small symbol (e.g. a flower) of the currently selected layer.
Tap once on a color to select it. Tap a second time to bring up a menu where you can change or adjust the color in a number of ways (this menu also features an Eyedropper tool if you upgrade to Pro).
Adjacent to the colors you will find buttons to switch between the different color sets.
Press a second time if you want to replace the color set with one of the default ones.
For information on what a specific button does, just press it and hold down for a couple of seconds and a short explanation will appear.
This app uses advanced technologies and performs some very complex calculations under the hood.
That's what creates the awesomeness!
However, on certain devices, it might lead to some lagging and slow performance at times.
If that happens, select a smaller tool tip size and draw slowly.
Avoid drawing with fast, broad sweeping movements.
-SOME OF THE FEATURES-
* Pinch to Zoom
* Full Screen Support
* Multiple Undo/Redo Steps
* Customizable Color Sets
-OPTIONAL PRO FEATURES-
* Up to 12 Works in Progress
* Change Paper Color
* Seamless Pattern Editing
* Up to 3 Layers
* Merge, Swap, Flip Layers
* Straight Line Mode
* Eyedropper Tool
* Individual Tool Settings
* Scale and Adjust Size
You can upgrade the free app to Pro through a simple in-app purchase.