Are you an aspiring artist? Do you like to draw? Over the past few years, playing online games has become very popular among people of all ages. There are many types of online games to play from action games, adventure games, to shooting games and strategy games. Recently a new genre of games started to show up on the internet called Drawing Games. Drawing games are a nice alternative to your normal fast paced button mashing action games. Most drawing games require some sort of artistic ability but it is not required. I am no artist myself but I’ve found drawing games to be quite fun and addicting!
So you think you’re a pretty good artist and have been thinking about becoming a tattoo artist. I have an online game for you to test your skills called Tattoo Artist 2: Full Timer. This is your second week on the job at the shop. You are given a tattoo needle to outline the customer’s tattoo and then you must shade and color it. You are graded on accuracy, elapsed time and the amount of pain you caused เว็บแทงบอล ที่ดีที่สุด the client. You must stay on the lines. If you go outside the lines for over 1 second, have your grade go under 30%, or finish the tattoo under 60%, you will fail. If you fail 3 times, you will be fired! Next you can select your client. They will tell you what kind of tattoo they want and if they have a low or high tolerance for pain. This game is really fun actually even though I am no good. If you have a steady hand and some time, definitely check out Tattoo Artist 2: Full Timer!
If you actually are an artist and would like to practice your paining skills, I have come across an awesome painting game called Art Pad. You are given a blank canvas to work on and a paint brush with many various colors to choose from. Then it is all up to you to create works of art, or at least attempt to! When you are finished painting, Art Pad has a feature to “play back” a recording of your painting. It also has a feature that allows you to save and email your work of art to yourself or a friend so none of your beautiful paintings go to waste!