Another Android tool
I really like Infinite Painter and yesterday I found another Android App to add to my collection, Auryn Ink - it simulates watercolor painting and it's amazing. Unfortunately that's all it does; but the watercolor is saved as jpg and then I can import it into another app and add ink lines or other techniques. I contacted the developers and they do plan some updates but not for a couple of months.
Originally Posted by Steve B
Last edited by CheyenneDonna; 05-14-2012 at 05:07 PM.
I kinda hate to keep bringing up competitor graphics programs here, but as of today I downloaded an update for the Sketchbook mobile app that supposedly adds pressure sensitivity to that app. I personally can't tell, not with my settings. But that's what is claimed.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 ... ArtRage urgently needed !
Just add my voice to the clamour for porting ArtRage to Android - I just got the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, which has a 1024 level pressure sensitive Wacom pen. Having been a long time user of ArtRage on Windows ... and recently been using it on an old HP tablet which I upgraded to Windows 8 Beta, I want to carry on using it, but the old PC is expiring, a new Win8 tablet with Wacom pen will be about GBP 800, and the Samsung is GBP 400 ... no contest, so looks like I'm using Sketchbook Pro and Infinity Painter, which are OK, but they do not have all that ArtRage can do by a long way. (Photoshop touch, which is bundled with the Galaxy Note, is useless for painting and sketching - that's not what it's designed for.)
I'm in the middle of a project using ArtRage and now I have to switch to Sketchbook ... not ideal ... I would REALLY like to get ArtRage on the Galaxy.
Just a thought, but if the business case for setting up an Android porting team is weak, have you considered crowd-funding the porting effort via Indiegogo or a similar site ? Pressure sensitive styluses on Android are going to become more common, I'm sure.