Brushes was made famous when the New Yorker magazine used its iPhone app to paint a piece that was used for the cover. Steve Sprang, the creator of the Brushes app has been busy working on the iPad version of his app called Brushes – iPad Edition.
Brushes sells for $7.99 and is a powerful app for painting artwork and original drawings on your new iPad. Check out some of the art created with the Brushes app on Flickr.
– High-quality brushes (with an erase mode)
– Up to 6 Layers (768×1024): reorder, merge, and adjust transparency
– Layer Blend Modes: Normal, Multiply, Screen, Overlay, and Color
– Desktop-class color picker (including swatches)
– Extremely responsive zooming from 50% to 3200%
– Eyedropper tool
– Generous level of undo and redo
– In-app replay of your paintings
– High resolution export with Brushes Viewer on Mac OS X (http://brushesapp.com/viewer)
– Upload your paintings directly to Flickr
In related iPad app news, Layers also has an iPad app out for digital art creation.
Here are some screenshots of the iPad version of the Brushes app.
Here is a video demo of the Brushes app on the iPad
This 3rd Party App is available at the Apple iTunes AppStore. Browse the full list of all AppStore apps filed under the AppStore category.
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