Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Android SDK: Drawing with Opacity


This tutorial demonstrates how to allow users to draw with opacity values. While this post builds on related tutorials published on Mobiletuts+, you can dive straight into this lesson without completing the prior posts. Read on! The Android platform provides the resources to create drawing functionality using touchscreen interaction. In a prior Mobiletuts+ series on Creating a Drawing App, we worked through the essential features of drawing interaction in Android, including selecting from a color palette and choosing brush sizes. In this tutorial, we will focus on how to enhance a drawing application by adding opacity into app drawing functions. You can complete this tutorial without having completed the related posts, but we will reference some of the prior material throughout.


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