|This gorgeous Hatsune Miku fanart might look amazing here, but you really should see it in eye-popping 3D. Credit to the artist of this image, I own nothing, in case you were wondering.|
One of the biggest selling points of Colours! 3D is the inclusion of the ability to import photos and images from your 3DS camera, for tracing, reference, or inclusion in your pieces. Even if, like me, you're not great at drawing (clearly, my talent is in the writing medium!) this makes things so much easier. In essence, anyone who can hold a stylus should get Colours! 3D, and it's all thanks to this extremely helpful tool, as well as the simplistic design of the application. If art doesn't grab your interest, don't think you should write off Colours! as one not to purchase just yet. This downloadable package also includes an online gallery where you can view others' 3D creations, some of which are truly mesmerising. Granted, the gallery can also be found on the internet, albeit in only two dimensions. You can comment on pieces, 'Like' them, and check out the most popular works of the week, or all-time. It's the equivalent of Flipnote Studio's Hatena gallery, but not overcrowded with awful 'star-baiting'. Anyone who downloaded the free DSiWare application will know what I mean, and if you didn't then let's just say it's a very good thing that the Colours! gallery is perfectly sturdy. The only real downside to the 3DS gallery is that you can only view new or popular art. There's no search function, so the only way to access specific users' works is to use the website, or access their profiles through the comments of your own stuff. When it comes down to it, however, this is simply a tiny nit on the beautifully drawn coiffure of a lovely visage.
|The application comes packaged with a number of pieces spanning different art-styles, if you're looking for some inspiration.|
If you're interested in checking out some of the artwork produced on this wonderous drawing tool, give http://colorslive.com/ a visit. I like to plug things, you see.