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Inspiring stuff as usual. Do you have a preference between Brushes and Sketchbook for the iPad?
Great work ! :)I finally tested Sketchbook Pro and Brushes too. I prefer the first one for the brushes management and the last one for the layers options... hard to chose for me.
These are awesome. Makes me want to et an Ipad. Like Joe I'm curious which app you are liking better so far?
Great work Goro. You caught the mood of the mother and child very well.It's very interesting to see what's possible with these apps.
These are really nice. I really like the colors you used here. Your work is amazing.
Curious -- clearly it's possible to produce a satisfying end result (albeit a sketchy one), but how are you finding the process on the iPad? In videos the drawing has looked sluggish (lag between input and brush stroke). Is it fun/inspiring to paint with, or just possible?
These are awesome as usual!You're giving me a second thought about iPad..!I like how you put Totoro for the girl :)Cheers, Junko
Joe Danies:Thanks...I kind of like sketchbook pro right now but brushes is up there too. An update of brushes might change my opinion again. They're both great tools.Adam:I can work with it no problem. Sketchbook crashed twice on me but luckily I had my work saved. Performance is good and I really feel comfortable painting on this thing. To me it's like a portable cintiq without pressure sensitivity. It's just awesome. That's all I can say.
Thanks for the reply Goro (and awesome robot painting). You've inspired me to head out to my Apple Store and see if they have brushes or sketchbook installed on any of the display models. If it's as comfortable as you say, it's a nice lightweight/cheap alternative to a fujitsu or modbook tablet. Thanks again -- inspiring stuff.
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