Ever wanted to introduce your kids to the world of drawing and coloring but didn’t want them to make a mess all over the house? Well according to Crayola and Griffin Technology, the answer to such a problem lies with the iPad. The two companies have teamed up to introduce a new take on using the tablet as a digital canvas with the Crayola ColorStudio HD app for iPad.
Backed by the Crayola brand and technology from Griffin, this iPad app combined with a special marker pen stylus called the iMarker, it introduces a new digital art experience to children with access to an iPad. Users get to color in images using the special stylus to create their own masterpiece pictures and animations. The drawings on the app can react while being colored, breathing new life to the whole coloring book experience, and the sound effects, music and special effects ensure kids won’t ever get bored with the app.
If the 30+ animated coloring pages, pictures, sound effects and music provided with ColorStudio HD isn’t enough, kids can also creat their own coloring pages with the app’s extensive built-in library of backgrounds, music, sound effects and other elements. Completed artwork can be shared through email, Facebook or even printed out on an AirPrint-enabled printer. Crayola ColorStudio HD is available now for $29.99 from Apple Retail Stores, Best Buy Stores or from Griffin Technology’s website.
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