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Dotnamestudios, creator of the acclaimed Dinosaur Zoo App (Educational App of the Year 2011, 2012 and featured on Apple's 2013 "Together" commercial) now brings you more high-end CG dinosaurs fun with their new release, Let's Paint Dinosaurs. Let's Paint Dinosaurs is a painting app for young and old and uses Dotnamestudios museum-spec CG dinosaurs as a canvas so everyone can paint super-realistic dinosaurs. Each dinosaur comes with 5 paint buckets as well as a pattern brush to give it convincing stripes or spots. Once the dinosaur is tuned to perfection according to taste with either convincing camouflage or pink and purple stripes you can dino-bomb! The background behind the dinosaur is your camera view so you can simply point and shoot to place your dinosaur in your photos. Holiday snaps will never be the same.
Let's Paint Dinosaurs is a free, universal app so it syncs on both your iPhone and iPad and makes use of Apples new "family friendly" feature meaning it automatically gets shared to all the iOS devices in the family. The app ships with 3 dinosaur canvases and additional dino-packs are available in sets of four for 0.99 USD. Dinosaur canvases come with a pronunciation guide and a scale checker to indicate the size of the various dinosaurs which range from the spaniel-sized coeleophysis to cathedral-sized Argentinosaurus. Photos are automatically saved in both a local album and to your iOS photos. In built social sharing features makes sharing a click-away.
In the months of July and August 2014 Let's paint Dinosaurs is running a photo competition for the best dino-pics and you stand to win one of four full-size replica T. rex teeth. The developers assure us that fun photos and celebrity dino-bombs defiantly get extra points. Dotnamestudios say they are already hard at work preparing more dinosaurs for the ever hungry dino-fan base and plan to introduce a scale feature in the near future to adjust the size of your dinosaur on the camera view once you have finished painting it.