TechLife Australia - - DISCOVER - [ SHARMISHTA SARKAR ]

WIG­GLE, WIG­GLE, WIG­GLE, WIG­GLE, WIG­GLE... YEAH! Free | tinyurl.com/tla75-wig­gle Comic artist Olivia Walch knows a thing or two about art, and about draw­ing apps, too. She’s al­ready got one un­der her belt. Her new app, Squig­glish! adds wig­gles to any art­work, then ex­ports it as a GIF or video file — it’s a great way to add dy­namism to static draw­ings or pho­tos. The app was built based on code Walch had de­vel­oped dur­ing a hackathon and was in­spired by the de­sign of Squig­gle­vi­sion car­toons. The app does just one thing and one thing alone — and does it well — make your lines all wig­gly and an­i­mated. You can start by im­port­ing a saved draw­ing or photo, or be­gin with a blank can­vas if you want to doo­dle. There are cur­rently nine dif­fer­ent brushes (or styles and thick­ness of wig­gly lines) to choose from, plus an eye­drop­per tool to se­lect colour. How­ever, colours can also be changed by just tap­ping on the colour dot on the bot­tom tool­bar. The rest, as they say, is up to your imag­i­na­tion. Draw faces that wig­gle or add squig­gly touches to your pho­tos, then share with friends and fam­ily or on so­cial me­dia.

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