I found Choosing an iPad app for your Artwork on the MacWorld site. In the comments, Inspire Pro was mentioned for it’s ability to blend and work with the surface differently.

It has a totally different feel to the brushes. They are wild. You can put down paint, paint with no paint in drybrush, or erase with the brushes. It responds to levels of pressure, but not in a particularly controllable way. Sometimes it lays down a light mark, other times it zooms me out to another view. I’m sure it’s about learning to work with it. This has a lot of potential for some unique effects, but I suspect it will also have the steepest learning curve to be able to get the marks you really want.

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  1. These are really beautiful. I especially like the fuzzy looking one above. You are clearly having a lot of fun. It looks like you are also really experimenting with color. I also like #3. I feel inspired to try something new.

  2. These are really beautiful. I especially like the fuzzy looking one above. You are clearly having a lot of fun. It looks like you are also really experimenting with color. I also like #3. I feel inspired to try something new.


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