Thankfully not a Disney finger-painting game
Fantasia Painter Review
by on January 26, 2012
Britney Spears once sang: “You notice what I’m wearing, I notice that you’re staring” – and it made us think: “What if there was an application where we could enhance a picture of her face using an array of tools in our smartphone?”
Guess what’s coming next… yep, an app that lets you do just that. Well, there’s more scope indeed, as you can open any picture on the phone or snap one from the app itself, but we like to think we can improve celebrities’ looks too.
The range of tools on offer is extensive, from the simple brush to a tool that lets you leave a trail of squares depending on how fast you swipe (nope, we’ve got no idea either), and even the colour you choose can be selected down to the most minute of details.
In fact, you can spend a good day or two playing with this application to learn to skilfully use the brush tools, get the best out of a rainbow effect or work out what that stupid square thing is for, and that’s before you get onto the inbuilt effects on offer.
In short, there’s a dizzying array of stuff to help you mess with photos (including an ‘eye make-up’ too that we used to make ugly soap stars look more like ladies of the night. You’re welcome.) and while there’s a lot in there we don’t think most will use, it’s a relatively handy application if you’re into editing photos.
Just make sure your screen is big enough first, OK? Something like the HTC Titan would be best.
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