March 28, 2012 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Vancouver, Canada - After only one year of teaching people how to draw manga, ChibiDraw has drawn thousands of fans who are eager to teach as well as learn. ChibiDraw has fostered a great relationship with talented artists by holding numerous contests where many skilled artists are encouraged to enter their work for a chance to win coveted prizes including Copic Marker kits.
ChibiDraw was first released on the iTunes App Store in July 2011. Since the release over 100,000 people have downloaded ChibiDraw to help them learn how to draw cute adorable Chibis.
Until now, 17 year old founder, Paige Rohrick, has been creating all of the content on ChibiDraw and her sister site, PaigeeDraw by herself. Now she would like to share the talents of many of her fans by inviting them to show off their own work on her very popular website ChibiDraw and PaigeeDraw.
Artists are to sketch and color original characters created by Paige from either ChibiDraw, PaigeeDraw or PaigeeDraw Boys. Each tutorial must include step by step instructions accompanied by appropriate illustrations for each step.
For a limited time these tutorials will be available for free on the ChibiDraw website and anyone is invited to submit their work for a chance to win a prize and a chance to have their tutorial on the ChibiDraw website or a future app. Learning how to draw manga has never been so much fun and interactive.
PaigeeDraw Inc. is an independent software development company formed by Paige Rohrick as a way of teaching traditional drawing to anyone interested in Manga style art. Copyright (C) 2011-2012 PaigeeDraw Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.