Appsolutely, yup, the finger paint qualities I ascribe to the free paint apps I been playing with on my Droid may indeed have more to do with my skill level than the capabilities of the afore mentioned apps. That said they still look like electric finger-paint pictures to me, cept I don`t have to wash up as often, and for the most part the colors don`t bleed on each other, and sometimes there is an opps button (sometimes.) It`s kinda like painting with a big blunt brush, or drawing with the blunt tip of your finger on a steamy little window where sometimes the won`t rub off. That said it does knock the serious of the process and lowered my expectations of getting what I thought I was going to draw enough to let me just tweak at it. Then I remembered what I really wanted to draw but still hadn`t gotten goo at yet. Squid, or to be more specific squid fighting toasters. Well I sure found my medium. With a thought or two about the strategic nessaty of distortion in interpretation, The blunt brush, simple palate, and arbritrary brush sensitivity, were just the thing to take the pressure off my squidses. Below are a few of my first efforts, but if you know squid, you know sou seldom just find one or two.
I don`t think the toaster to the right really has any use for change but once they got started I don`t think returning the quarter would have settled it anyway.