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Friday
Oct122012

Disney Creativity Studio for iPad Teaches You How to Draw Your Favorite Disney Characters 

Disney released Disney Creativity Studio for the iPad to tech kids of all ages how to draw their favorite Disney characters. The app features activities such as connect the dots, trace, coloring and more.

It features:

  • Interact with so many of your favorite Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto
  • Over 45 unique “pages” of fun activities including coloring, tracing and connect the dots
  • Real Disney artists provide step-by-step instructions to draw your favorite Disney characters
  • An extensive color palette of over 30 colors available at your fingertips
  • Advanced software algorithms make your drawing strokes look lifelike and beautiful
  • Save and share creations with friends and family
  • High resolution graphics compatible with iPad Retina Display

Disney Creativity Studio is available for $3.99 in the App Store [iTunes Link].

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