Hello WaterColor is a realistic watercolor painter. It is a good painting tool for kids to learn how to paint water color.
Watercolor is a drawing method using water-soluble pigments. Based on fluid simulation technology, Hello Watercolor simulates blending and spreading behaviors of pigments. This feature makes it possible to express techniques such as “wet-in-wet”, “wet-in-dry”, “dry brush”, and “dry on wet”.
Pencils are also supported. You can draw an initial sketch with the pencil tools then apply watercolor brushes on it.
Full version provides watercolor brushes with 32 color * three sizes, 32 color pencils and 6 types of erasers
- Realistic Water color brushes
- Dry button to dry water on the paper
- Free Coloring Books
- IAP items : Full version, Watercolor painting book #1, Watercolor painting book #2
This app requires following mandatory permissions
1. Read/Write External Storage
- Modify / delete the contents of the SD card
- Test Access to Protected Storage
-> Save your app-drawn artwork (picture) to SD card or protected storage
- Full network access
-> Share pictures on social networks such as Facebook
- Google in app billing services
-> Use Google's in app billing service to purchase sketches and full versions
This is the notice for updated version of 'Hello' Series and 'Water Color Pencil' app, related to function of 'Image Save to External Storage.'
If you have device with Android JellyBean or previous version, when you save image to exteral storage, image files will be saved to exteral storage folder with App Name and immediately you can show that image on Gallery. (This is the conventional rule of older version of Hello Series and WCP app.)
If you have device with Android KITKAT, when you save image to exteral storage, image files copied on Camera Folder of your external storage. Surely, you can see your image on Gallery. If you got the toast message 'Cannot Save To Camera Folder' when save image, please execute basic 'Camera' app of device and make one or more photo. After that, you can save image to camera folder successfully.