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    This is the companion app for the new Design Studio Press book: How to Draw.

    Enhancing the learning experience, this app has been created to allow readers to use trigger images on pages to link directly to online tutorials via their tablets and phones. Using advanced video techniques, this app connects the printed matter to online digital educational content as never before, and insures that the book remains as current as the rapidly advancing techniques presented in How to Draw. Over 10 hours of video content have been created to accompany the book.

    A physical copy of How to Draw is required to get the most out of the h2Dr app. Additionally, an internet connection is required to view the video content.

    You can get your copy of the How to Draw book by visiting:

    http://designstudiopress.com

    For downloadable examples of the Trackers and for a demo video, please visit:

    http://scottrobertsonworkshops.com/h2dr/trackers/

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    Users review

    from 283 reviews

    "Great"

    8.6

    Users comments for h2Dr

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jan 28, 2018  |  "Poor"

    It doesn't scan pages correctly. There's some delay when I'm moving the camera and for some reason the image is blurry. Please fix it.

    Edward Pan

    by Edward Pan

    Dec 17, 2017  |  "Poor"

    The camera has trouble opening for scan. Doesn't work .....

    Kimmo Laine

    by Kimmo Laine

    Nov 02, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Very nice!

    Alexandre Madeira

    by Alexandre Madeira

    Oct 15, 2017  |  "Good"

    It always run upside down. It works but upside down.

    pranavjit virdi

    by pranavjit virdi

    Sep 27, 2017  |  "OK"

    The video streaming and playback remind me of 2008 when you have to wait 50 seconds to load 5 seconds of video, ruining the great book experience for me.

    Sarah Hall

    by Sarah Hall

    Aug 10, 2017  |  "OK"

    Doesn't work. It won't focus on the page, and therefore doesn't recognize it. It worked once, but I have no idea what I did differently. It would be easier just to have the videos on a website. I'm guessing the authors did it this way so you could only watch the videos if you bought the book, but I can't see that having the videos available to everyone would decrease book sales.