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    Photoshop Touch

    http://m.gizmodo.com/5859583/photosh...et-app-assault

    Has anyone tried this yet? How are they finding it? I'd like to give it a go if it comes out on iPad.

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    It's fun, I guess. But that's about where it ends.

    I use it more like a portable sketchbook than anything else, I haven't and probably wouldn't try anything more intense than that on it.
    having said that, other than some of the colour swatching stuff that it has, I don't really use it any differently than how I use Sketchbook express for example.

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    So you can actually draw with it? From the demo it just looked like it was cutting up photos.

    I've been playing with Adobe Eazel lately, which I seem to be getting along with quite well.

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    I've used PS touch on my Lenovo tablet, its alright as jemgi says though, its good for sketching, the line quality is really blocky and pixelated when using hard brush, Sketchbook pro seems like the way to go in terms of line quality and overall better digital paitinting/sketching, only downside with sb pro is lack of cropping and setting canvas size.

    I would like to see how pstouch progresses.

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