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allright color suckers,I just buy asus slate,I start with sketchbook pro and artrage,and find that sketchbook is fery fine for drawing but is not pixel respons program.Now I trying photoshop and it is wery similar to sketchbook when drawing and is about but pixel cont is very fine with draving.That s good when is need to finish sketch into normaly drawing.Now I trying to figure out what program is pixel response whith brushes when is need to color draw but is not photoshop?.(((sory about my bad english))).???????
Photoshop works well in most of the cases.
You just have to make sure that you understand what tool does what.
If you want to do a smooth line art, then try to use a round brush with the size of the brush to pen pressure and opacity off.
If you want to do some color stuff then try out a round brush with opacity and size set to pen pressure.
If you don't even know how to adjust these settings, then take a look into the basic photoshop tutorials first.
But what I wanted to say:
Most of the known softwares are able to do lines and color stuff. You just have to get to know the software and get used to it.
Thanks a lot.I know how to use most of tools.I have to agree with you that photoshop is wery well.It seems that color brushes in photoshop are also pixel response.I am new in digital art, and i trying to sort programs for their abilities.