The new version of Google+ is getting a few design updates.
The app is getting the ability to change the color of an image and add or remove borders.
But there’s one feature that’s a little different: the ability for users to use canvas to create artwork in the app.
As Google+ has become a place for people to share their content, it’s become increasingly popular to create art using a canvas.
Google+ artist Chris D’Agostino says it’s a great way to share images or other types of content without having to wait for a canvas to appear on screen.
He has created some fantastic artwork using canvas.
“It allows people to create things that are really beautiful on their phone or tablet without having a full desktop,” he said.
“It also allows you to share those creations with others, and to add them to a collection.”
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve used canvas to add images to my gallery.
I think I have about 20 or 30 of them.
I find that it really helps me make things pop in my gallery, to add interest to what’s already there.
I’ve made a few of my own art using canvas, which is pretty awesome.
Chris D’Acostino’s Art With Google canvas canvas is one of the coolest new design features coming to Google+ for Android, though it does require some work to use.
You’ll need to add the Google+ account you’re currently using to the Google Assistant app.
Here’s how to do it: Open up the Google Account Assistant app, select “Sign In.”
Next, tap the icon that says “Sign in to Google Assistant.”
Next to your username, type “google+.”
You’ll see a message asking you to confirm the account you want to sign in with.
Next, select your Google+ profile.
Then, tap “Sign up.”
Next you’ll see the “Google+ canvas” screen, which you can edit.
Once you’ve added a new canvas, tap on the icon in the upper right corner to make it show up in your gallery.
If you don’t want to add a canvas, you can also click on the blue “Edit canvas” button to change its size.
This is how you can create a new artwork using Google+: Chris’s Art with Google canvas.