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Sensu - Act Quickly, Save $10 on Brush/Stylus Device

Yet another Kickstarter project, but this one is for iPad artists. It's also time sensitive and you can save $10 if you act quickly.

The Sensu combines both an iPad paint brush (like the wonderful Nomad Brush) with a rubber tipped stylus, for arguably the best of both worlds in one device.

The retail price for the Sensu will be $34.99, but if you get your Kickstarter pledge in now (or within the next few days) you only have to pay $25.

We have ordered one so we will let you know what we think when it arrives, but if you are after a brush/stylus for your iPad at a reasonable price and you can wait for few months act now!

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I really try but cant see how these brush tip stylus can be any use what so ever. I mean what the tip is like, or what its made from, makes zero difference to the mark being made on screen.

I can only think it will be harder to make a straight controlled line with.

October 20, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterjus

Your right with your comments Jus in that they are harder to create tighter, straighter strokes but for loose gestural, speed painting they are great. I can only comment on the Nomad but it works in the same way, real bristles etc.
As we know the line thickness and opacity is governed by the software and not from the input device whether brush, finger or hard tip stylus but these brushes do have that 'real feel' in terms of glide and emotional feeling.
Ideal for loose painters but for tight work best sticking to something with more tip precision.

October 20, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterShaun Mullen

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