January 08, 2011

Nomad Brush promises soft bristles on an iPad

Nomad Brush is a unique artist paintbrush,” says its product site. “Made with a long handle and soft bristles, it is the first paintbrush stylus for the iPad. Available February 2011.” The video is frustratingly short on details, showing the tool in action for just a moment:

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Posted by John Nack at 7:39 AM on January 08, 2011

Comments

  • Patrick LaMontagne — 8:08 AM on January 08, 2011

    I’m hoping for an iPad stylus from Wacom. Even if it’s not pressure sensitive, I would imagine they’d do a better job than some of the stylus options currently out there. I’ve tried a few, and I keep going back to fingerpainting because I get better results.

  • Vensha — 12:06 PM on January 08, 2011

    It looks beautiful – there is actually another that was released July last year at San Diego Comic Con. It’s a brushpen (and app) for iPad – http://www.pengopaint.com – this might be interesting for artists too.

  • Gus Mueller — 2:06 PM on January 08, 2011

    It’s the the first one with bristles:

    http://www.amazon.com/iClooly-Stylus-iPhone-Devices-Version/dp/B0032J1NM0

    I’ve got one of those- it’s ok.

  • Gus Mueller — 4:14 PM on January 08, 2011

    Er, it should say “It’s not the first”. My bad!

  • paul pederson — 1:11 PM on January 09, 2011

    Does anybody know when I can expect a Creative Suite designed for the iPad? Think about using illustrator with a huge interactive touch screen…

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