egzthunder1 · Apr 28, 2011 at 06:00 am

Get Your Art Going On Your Android Device With Fresco

Ever since the invention of Paint for computers, there has been a need for better and far more polished drawing applications that allow us to express our true artistic side. As new concepts and tools have evolved, drawings done in your computer have been getting better and better since newer tools allow for effect such as shadows, brightness effects, layers, and so much more. With this in mind, XDA member seanw.org brings us a great program to allow you to do all of the above and more but on the comfort of your Android device. The test version will only allow you to work with 2 layers, yet it should be plenty, combined with the other available tools, to let you express yourself at any point in your busy day as long as you have your Android device with you.

Please leave some feedback if you are using this app and report any bugs you may come across to help in the development of this program.

Features: Layers, multiple undo/redo, configurable brush and eraser tools, line smoothing, flood fill, color picker, multi-touch zooming and panning, easy to use interface, filters (e.g. brightness, blur, emboss), mirror/move/rotate/scale layers, export to .PSD format with layers intact, import images, autosave.

You can find more information in the application thread.

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