Me and bitbof recently released his sketching application for Android, called Webchemy. You can quickly experiment and find new shapes with this tool. It's based on the desktop drawing app Alchemy (http://al.chemy.org) which may some of you are familiar with.
Webchemy is also available as a web version: http://webchemy.org
(Runs pretty much everywhere. including iPhone, iPad, Desktop, etc - in your browser)
The point of the Android app is that it's a better experience than drawing in a browser on your tablet or phone. The App has the advantage of running offline, fullscreen, and it allows you to load existing drawings.
Lots of different drawing modes
Symmetry (vertical and horizontal)
Load, save and share drawings as lossless PNGs (artifact free)
10 Undo/Redo steps (even after clearing the canvas)
Color palettes and Color Slider
Pro Version (for ~$0.99):
Watermark free image saving
Fully unlocked in all future updates
I hope you enjoy Webchemy. Please feel free to post your feedback.
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