There's a new pressure sensitive and finger friendly drawing app in the Google Play store called Markers, and since it's written by Android software engineer Daniel Sandler (wonderfully written I might add), it's getting its fair share of attention. The app itself is free in Google Play, will run on any Android device with Eclair or higher, and it's open source. It's already given me more than a few hours of fun, and I have to recommend it to everyone. Especially everyone with a tablet.

Speaking of tablets, Google's Dan Morrill has been showing off some artwork (that's his up top) and pics have a pretty interesting resolution to them -- 800x1172. Add in a few extra pixels for a series of on-screen buttons that you don't see here, and you have the 800x1200 resolution of the rumored recently outed Nexus 7-inch tablet. If anyone would be using one and doing some final testing, someone like Morrill would certainly fit, as he's an Android engineer in Mountain View. And a pretty damn good artist!

We'll know all there is to know about any Googlicious Nexus tablets in just a handful of days. In the meantime, grab the Markers app and have some fun while you wait.

And by the way: That pic from Morrill you see above would make a great Jelly Bean easter egg. Just sayin'.

Download Markers from Google Play; grab the source code; check out Dan Morrill's artwork on Google+