Disney releases a new coloring book app for Windows 10, Surface Pen supported
Disney recently released a new app for youngest users of Windows 10. The app is called Art of Coloring by Disney, and, as its name says, is a digital coloring book featuring a handful of Disney-themed art and characters.
To complete the experience of on-screen coloring, Disney included support for the Surface Pen. All young users of Windows 10-compatible Surface devices will be able to give their own tone to Disney characters using this accessory.
Here’s the complete list of Art of Coloring by Disney features:
“CURATED DISNEY DESIGNS! Create uniquely beautiful designs of your favorite Disney Princesses, characters from The Jungle Book, The Lion King, Frozen and many other classics.
FLORALS, ANIMALS, CATS AND MORE! Try your hand at the intricate detail of some of your favorite coloring themes.
DOZENS OF ARTISTIC DISNEY PALETTES! Use lots of shades and gradients, and even inspired palettes from such films as Tangled, Cinderella, and Pinocchio to inspire your masterpiece.
DESIGNS FOR ALL LEVELS! The intricacy and range of the designs are perfect for all types of artists, from beginners to experts.
SHARE YOUR CREATION! Your friends won’t believe what you’ve accomplished!”
As we said, Art of Coloring by Disney works best on Surface devices, but since it’s a UWP game, it can be used on all compatible Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile devices.
The game is completely free (but contains in-app purchases, though), and you can download it from the Windows Store, and give your kid some fun with characters of his/her, and probably yours childhood.
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