Summary: This was purchased as a gift for my young Granddaughter. I have not used it myself nor have I seen it being used. She liked this gift and I will continue to purchase items like this from Amazon.
Summary: This game is a great tool to sharpen your art skills or try and just start in art. The lessons are great and you can go at your own pace and redo a lesson as many times as you like. I like that it shows you tools and what they do. That's a big help if you can't remember or if you haven't went to art school.
Summary: I bought this for my daughter because she loves to draw. Me being the sketcher I am had to try it. That is when my daughter had to beg me for it back. Its very enjoyable and I learned a few tricks I was not aware of. Great game and great art learning class within a game. I wish there were more lessons on it.
Summary: so far this has been interesting and educational. the screen on my DS is a little small for this so I do have to wear my glasses. i do wish that there was a way to forward the tutorials as they are a little slow for me.
Summary: The primary user of this game is my 6.5 year old who absolutely loved experimenting with different techniques without even realizing that she was "learning". Each lesson provided her with a sense of accomplishment and she would complement her DSi lessons with the traditional paper-and-pencil mode..(and our refrigerator door and my home office has more than enough proof of her enthusiasm). In fact, this game got her interested enough that we invested in Let's Draw!
Summary: There is no question about the joy that Nintendo has shown with imagininaion and mind with their video games for the DS. Since games like Brain Age came out for the system, gamers young and old have been so welcomed into what makes Nintendo so influential with great video games. They haven't been just for kids anymore, but for learning for adults too. Not just with cooking (Personal Trainer: Cooking) or learning new skills, but with fun altogether.
Summary: I brought this for my daughter, who is doing her gcse's in art, for our plane journey. She loved it, as did my mother, who is an artist. My daughter said it saved faffing about with pencil and paper when traveling, and gave her useful techniques when doing her homework abroad.