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Drawing on iPad.
show user profile  Sangre
So I was considering getting a tablet that could be used for drawing for the most part and a Galaxy Note seam to be an obvious choice. However I've heard a lot of positive feedback on Procreate for iOS. An iPad Mini with a stylus seams to be a better choice but did any of you gave it a try? I can't find an info on weather or not it has a noticeable delay (like when the line that you draw appears behind the stylus and tries to catch up).
Also which stylus would you suggest? The one that comes with Galaxy Note is way to small.
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5/9/2015 8:06:10 AM (last edit: 5/9/2015 8:21:59 AM)
show user profile  joelr
I have an iPad mini 3, with a Wacom creative stylus 2, and it's pretty nice.
But you need to know what your getting into- you can draw and paint in s very loos way. Drawing accurate lines and details is not possible from my experience.
It a matter of the accuracy of the stylus, which is not great. Also there is a delay between your movement and the line that is drawn on the iPad. And last, there is always problems with palm rejection (the iPad not thinking that the side of your palm is a stylus) which they have not figured out like they should have. This makes you draw in a strange position in which your palm is not touching the iPad.
It is possible to draw freehand and pretty loos lines, in a quick way. But I would not recommend it if this is not your drawing style.

Joel



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5/9/2015 10:29:59 AM (last edit: 5/9/2015 10:29:59 AM)
show user profile  STRAT
Already owning an old ipad 2 i find drawing most fun, but not serious. For me it's the screen size issue, not a stylus or accuracy thing. For propper drawing, i'd probably purchase a new surface pro3 but, i will be buying a new ipad pro in a couple of months when its released which will be aimed more at pros with a lovely lap top sized screen.





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5/9/2015 12:38:02 PM (last edit: 5/9/2015 12:38:02 PM)
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