Created by Anna Oguienko, an artist/developer from Toronto, WURM is a generative drawing tools built around presets and parameters. The app allows you to play with palettes, shapes and drawing modes to create different compositions. It includes 5 shapes (each adjustable for more variations), over 10 colour palettes with transparency, multi-touch support and if on the iPad, turn-off "multitasking gestures" in Settings on your device and try WURM using all ten fingers.
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