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Well I know one of the updates is for the JaJa, funny thing is backers were supposed to get the product 21 days before the rest of us, yet nothing from anyone? Wonder if they're supposed to be quiet till the updates software wise come out?
Just a note: Procreate 1.6.3 is released and shows both the Jot Touch and JaJa stylus in support.
Last edited by Arshes Nei; August 11th, 2012 at 11:45 AM.
I got an iPad last week after much deliberation and have to say I love it.
After reading this thread earlier today I downloaded Procreate and have been playing with it for a while, using the Sensu brush stylus.
I am very very impressed and while I'm sure I will get one of the pressure sensitive stylii I'm not sure it is really necessary. Maybe for sketching but with the Sensu and Procreate's really nice brush adjustments, painting feels quite nice.
I've resisted the iPad because of the lack of pressure sensitivity and was comparing it to trying to draw and paint on my Android phone, there really is no comparison. The iPad 3 screen is a delight as is everything I've tried on it so far.
The new update for procreate is a definite improvement. There are a few more levels of pressure (4 or 5 depending on the brush/settings - at least thats what i've found so far) doesn't just go from either really light to really dark anymore. It doesn't beat pencil drawing (although the brushes/pencils in procreate do a great job of mimicing real pencils/paint) but it's pretty good and it's much more convenient than busting out the Wacom on the ole PC.
Just to bump, I got a shipping notification and tracking for my JaJa stylus yesterday. It was a festival of dentistry but least I finally got it.
Here's an intro video.
Comparison of pressure sensitive stylus on iPad.
Here is yet another JaJa Video
The following apps are supported for JaJa.
Sketchbook Pro/Express (ipad 2 and higher)
Procreate (update expected soon to fix the SDK error given by JaJa)
If the above video is too animu...have an alien
So has anyone received theirs yet? The videos are fine, but what are your impressions? Does the clear nib improve accuracy for line drawing compared to something like Pogo? This is my biggest issue, even more than pressure sensitivity. And how is the pressure sensitivity? Is it accurate and consistent? It looks like it in the videos. Looks like a great product, and I'm considering getting the new iPad 4 with this Stylus and finally upgrade from my iPad 1.
Did anyone consider buying the Pogo Connect for the iPad so far? It has a rubber tip so it's bigger than the Jot but it has no plastic disk on the tip, cause I'm scared of scratches and annoyning noises from that.
Did anyone experience any of this? Caus I concider getting an iPad