Japanese Calligraphy with iPadiShod transforms your iPad into Japanese calligraphy tool kit This allows you to write down anything you like, for your practice of calligraphy, writing down letters, drawing pictures or putting your signature. Main Features of iShodoVertical and Horizontal ScreenPaper will be shown in a full screen of the iPad when it used vertically. Tap the right edge of the screen and you can change the color and the blackness of the ink. Tap the green pot to delude the ink, an ink stone to add the blackness of the ink, and red pod to change ink color to red. When you tap on the left edge, you can change the boldness of the brush. When the app is used horizontally, the pots and blushes are always shown on the screen. Reality of Writing. The app realizes important expression of Japanese calligraphy: stop, jump and stroke. You can enjoy Japanese calligraphy easily with your finger. Bother is also the way of Shodo. The more lines you write, the more deluded the blush's blackness will be. When blush's ink is deluded, tap the ink stone to dip the blush in the ink. Also, tap the green pot to delude the blush's ink. Two Ink ColorsBlack and red colors of ink are available. For the accent or basic color, you can use the two colors as you like it. Tap the ink stone or red ink pot to change the color. Three types of blush boldness.Thin, normal, and bold blushes are available. Using three types of blushes allows you to write and draw more things, drawing precise picture or putting your signature with thin pen, or writing a dynamic letter with bold one. Put Your Heart in Each Writing. You should pay attention to your each writing. There is no tool to function erase or undo your writing, nor ways to continue to write your work. If you want to try again, just tap on the top of the screen and select "New Paper" to restart. IShodo GalleryYour work is saved to your iPad's photo library. If you have a Twitter account and set it, you can upload your worksheet to the account. The uploaded paper will be collected automatically and displayed on users' gallery of iShodo. Show off your work and learn what other users write there.Worksheet is saved to Gyazo server created by Toshiyuki Masui. If you don't want to open your worksheet, please refrain from uploading. Twitter is the registered trademark of Twitter Inc. in the US or other countries.