How To Use Spark Art (Windows)
Art is definitely a fun pastime. There’s nothing like taking some time off and expressing your artistic side. Even if you’re just drawing stick figures with crayons. (Admit it, we all do it.) However, the world of pens and paper can only take you so far. Plus they cost money. With a smartphone, you can make some pretty interesting pieces of art using free apps. And hey, today we’re reviewing a free art app! Life’s funny that way. Let’s take a look at the Spark Art app for Windows Phones.
What Is Spark Art?
Spark Art isn’t your usual art app. While most art apps will give you different colors and paintbrushes and whatnot, Spark Art uses a different kind of art supply: fireworks. Or sparks. Whatever you want to think they are. I just prefer to think they’re fireworks. Because fireworks are awesome.
How Do You Use It?
Spark Art is a pretty simple app to use. You can pretty much get drawing away as soon as you open the app and begin making your spark/firework creations. At any point you can tap the little floppy disk button to save your art to your phone and share it with your friends, family, or art teacher that didn’t think you very good at art to show them you’ve improved. Not that I’m speaking from experience or anything.
How’s The App?
Spark Art is one of those creative apps that’s pretty fun to play around with. However, there’s just not enough depth to the app. Don’t get me wrong, I loved making some nice colorful art with the tip of my finger. But there was simply not enough to keep me interested for much longer than a few art pieces. Maybe a few additional backgrounds or even some kind of firework game added in would make the app a bit more entertaining.