Get creative with paint without the mess and expense! Explore a packed toolbox of intuitive, natural painting tools like oils and watercolors that let you experiment with color blends and textures on a realistic canvas. ArtRage places the tools of a real art studio at your fingertips.
ArtRage doesn't just place color on your canvas. It keeps track of how much paint there is and how wet it is, ...
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Category: Entertainment, Productivity
Updated: August 09, 2012
Publisher: Ambient Design Ltd.
Version 1.6.2 [19.803375 MB]
A Digital Artist's Delight? by teacup
What do you do with your iPad? surf the web, coach football players, read books? Or maybe you're just waiting for game prices to go down. It is very tempting to confuse an iPad with a drawing tablet. It is equally tempting to create a great digital art studio for it, and the guys that made art rage clearly did a fine job. trying this app reminded me a few things about my iPad: - It's not a stylus tablet. I tried to get a decent stylus for it and I failed, because there isn't one yet, and for technical reasons this may never surface, at least not on 'iPad I' - It's not pressure sensitive - It's not a super-fast device. The processing involved in rendering a variety of drawing tools naturally causes strokes to lag behind your fingers. I think the iPad would be great for vector graphics, which are altogether closer to the computer medium and would wholly benefit a multitouch approach. Haven't found a great one yet. If you're willing to overcome the natural limitations of the medium, Art Rage may very well be what you're looking for. Casual artists will probably settle for something a bit less involved - not that Art Rage is hard to use or expensive: it is neither - as there is a decent choice of free apps you might use to just sketch your ideas or draw with your kids.