Leontine last edited by
See how cool! just in time before Santa is coming.... XD
Naroth Kean last edited by
haha I really want it!
Jiří Kůs last edited by
I dont know, I tried non-pressured pencils for ipad and what really bothers me that I cant rest my hand on the ipad like I do with sketchbook or intuos tablet :-/
Btw you can already get a wacom pencil that supports pressure. And its about the same price.
Javier Diaz last edited by
The lack of real "pro" applications is also a turn off. I would love to run OSX, but iOS.... no thanks. It just feels like a huge step back. The stylus also doesn't have any buttons on it, so choosing brushes/etc, requires more movement.
Ace Connell last edited by
@Jiří-Kůs You can rest your hand on the iPad Pro screen. It's shown in half of the demos like that.
@Javier-Diaz To be fair though, people have created things in Procreate that are far superior than what 90% of people do in Photoshop, and that's with the bad styluses and fingers. Not that Procreate is better than Photoshop, but even now, people are creating things that are comparable.
All of these were painted with Procreate for iPad...
Steve Young last edited by
Its not the tools, its the artist.