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Show your doodle and you could win a cool prize pack!
I've been having a ball the past few days fooling around with the Note 3. The most fun part is that it got my passion for doodling fired back up, and I've been sharing a few pictures I've scribbled out here and there. The S Pen will do that to you.
But you don't have to have a Note to put stylus to glass and create some fancy drawings. Or unfancy drawings, as the case may be A conversation got started on Google+ and it was decided that AndroidCentral needed to run another doodle contest.
Let's do it!
1. Use an Android device, and a stylus. Any Android device. Any stylus. If you have a Note, you instantly have a small advantage, but plenty of other combos work.
2. You'll need a good drawing app. If you have a Note 3 or Note 10.1 - 2014 edition, you'll probably want to install the free version of SketchBook from your app drawer. If not, there are quite a few drawing apps in Google Play. The one I use (as well as a lot of other people with way more talent than me) is Markers from Google's Daniel Sander. It's free, supports multitouch drawing, and is pressure sensitive for most devices with any stylus. It even works very nicely on the Note if you prefer less interface and fewer fancy options.
Whatever you use, be sure to tell us which device, what stylus, and what app you used.
3. Keep it clean. This is a family site. Yeah, I know the best doodles sometimes are a little raunchy, but think of the children. Other than that, draw whatever you wanna draw
4. Post it here, in this thread, before Friday October 18 at 11:59 PM Eastern. I'll pick at least three winners, who will get a fabulous prize pack. Only post one or you'll get black carded and sent to the penalty box where nobody has ever won a prize.
I got with Michelle, who is the person to get with when you need magic to happen, and she has a cool box of goodies for the winners. Inside it will be:
A Chromecast. Because you can never cast too many things.
A random Android mini collectable. Michelle has a treasure chest full of random awesome things, and she'll reach in and grab a mini collectable out of it.
The rare, and highly desirable Android Central coffee mug. You won't find these for sale anywhere, and please never ask what I had to do to get mine.
Now, show us your doodle!