The uDraw GameTablet is a new way for players of all ages to interact with each other and their Wiis as they explore their creative sides. A wireless tablet with a tethered stylus and a 6" x 4" drawing area, the uDraw GameTablet integrates the Wii Remote into its design, taking advantage of the controller's motion control capabilities and button scheme, as well as drawing power from it. Bundled with the drawing game uDraw Studio, players can explore a slew of drawing, coloring and sketching modes which accommodate various levels of artistic ability and then save and share their work with others. Developed by THQ, the uDraw GameTablet will also be supported by a series of upcoming games, including Pictionary, in which it serves as the drawing pad and the platformer Dood's Big Adventure, which allows for on-the-fly customization of the game environment and hero.
Discover your inner artist with uDraw Studio. Utilising the uDraw GameTablet, players can finally express their own individual artistic creativity on Wii.
Featuring versatile and easy-to-use tools, users can paint, draw, and colour anything from simple doodles to intricate masterpieces. uDraw Studio offers the freedom to create spectacular works of art without the hassle of clean-up and comes bundled with the uDraw GameTablet.
User-Friendly Experience Intuitive approach and easy-to-understand tutorials covering all of the major tools make it very simple to start painting.
Myriad Of Tools More than nine unique painting/drawing media allow users to draw simple lines with a pen then add character with the airbrush tool or chalk. Simple sliders and toggles adjust opacity, size and paint drop-off. The Line Tool allows users to draw perfectly straight lines and the Paint Fill tool enables users to fill in areas with their colour of choice. A huge library of stamps (100+) and more than 15 post-processing effects including black & white, sepia, negative, and neon, create endless customisation options. Zoom in up to 400% for truly refined strokes and utilise the robust editing features for a detailed masterpiece.
Diverse Environments and Surfaces users can select from eleven canvas types to paint on anything from notebook paper and cardboard, to a side-walk and concrete. Users can also paint in eight unique environments designed to encourage creativity, such as on a street corner in Paris or in a beach house overlooking the ocean.
Replay Functions Creations unfold at normal, 2x, and 4x speeds in replay mode. Stroke-by-stroke playback brings artistic creations to life.
Save and Share Unprecedented access to SD-Card enables users to save, export and print their original artwork on compatible devices to share with friends and family.
(1.) I discovered that there is a 35 minute time limit on your drawings. That is calculated by actual drawing time. So a stroke of your brush would only make a few seconds of time into your drawing. This is ok for kids and non-skilled artists, but for true artists looking for something to make highly detailed art this is not going to do it for you. Get a Wacom tablet for your PC. I wish I had done that instead of spending money on this.
(2.) The images produced by this software are very low quality. Yes you can save your images to a SD card but when you get them over onto the computer you will find they are small images (only 576 X ??? pixels) and the colors won't even come close to what you saw on your television screen. In other words if your Wii is hooked up to your HDTV with beautiful colors it's not going to look at all like that on your computer. The image will be drab looking on your computer as compared to what you saw on your television.
(3.) The uDraw tablet and Studio disc is not actually a game. It is just a tablet and drawing software. You have to either buy Dood's Big Adventure or Pictionary seperately to use the tablet in a game.