First sketch on iPad – Review Soon.

I must say, I’ve been really having fun with this thing! I do miss the pressure sensitivity at times, but it’s not THAT bad. I’ll post a more involved review hopefully later this weekend or some monday morning after I get into it a bit more. Feel free to leave questions in the comments section or email me – questions [at] idsketching.com

  • Jaewoo Kim

    Did you draw this using your finger? Or a third-party stylus?

    And was this done on the sketchbook pro app for the ipad you posted the other day?

  • Jaewoo Kim

    Did you draw this using your finger? Or a third-party stylus?

    And was this done on the sketchbook pro app for the ipad you posted the other day?

  • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

    Yeah I should have mentioned that :-) I picked up a stylus for it. That took a little getting used to as well. And yes, this was on the sketchbook App I posted about.

  • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

    Yeah I should have mentioned that :-) I picked up a stylus for it. That took a little getting used to as well. And yes, this was on the sketchbook App I posted about.

  • Ben

    Nice sketch Spencer. Any lag with SB Pro on the iPad?

    • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

      No lag for me!

  • Ben

    Nice sketch Spencer. Any lag with SB Pro on the iPad?

    • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

      No lag for me!

  • Ultraorange

    I’m waiting on that review, I have very little interest in this thing other than a sketch pad. I wish you could compare the quality to a similarly priced tablet notebook. I might be willing to have a little more heft but the ability to run anything.

  • Ultraorange

    I’m waiting on that review, I have very little interest in this thing other than a sketch pad. I wish you could compare the quality to a similarly priced tablet notebook. I might be willing to have a little more heft but the ability to run anything.

  • XIDOR

    Great sketch Spencer. I got an iPad this morning too. And I bought Sketchbook Pro as well. It will take some time to get used to. I use the Pogo Stylus. I miss the pressure sensitivity too. It’s like sketching with a Pilot Fine Point. But I managed to adjust the pencil so the lines fade off a bit.

    This thing just works, email and Safari work great! I’ll be ripping some DVD’s and that wil be fun too to watch a movie on!

    Happy sketching. Maybe there ought to be a place for your readers to post there iPad sketches! : ) I just have to figure out how to get the sketches out of the iPad and into the Mac.

  • XIDOR

    Great sketch Spencer. I got an iPad this morning too. And I bought Sketchbook Pro as well. It will take some time to get used to. I use the Pogo Stylus. I miss the pressure sensitivity too. It’s like sketching with a Pilot Fine Point. But I managed to adjust the pencil so the lines fade off a bit.

    This thing just works, email and Safari work great! I’ll be ripping some DVD’s and that wil be fun too to watch a movie on!

    Happy sketching. Maybe there ought to be a place for your readers to post there iPad sketches! : ) I just have to figure out how to get the sketches out of the iPad and into the Mac.

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  • Joe

    Does it have a straight line or ellipse tool?

    • Devin

      Looks like it… Judging by the eyes at least.

      • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

        Yep. Ellipse tool exists.

  • Joe

    Does it have a straight line or ellipse tool?

    • Devin

      Looks like it… Judging by the eyes at least.

      • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

        Yep. Ellipse tool exists.

  • Jaewoo Kim

    Gah! When is soon?

  • Jaewoo Kim

    Gah! When is soon?

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  • http://tonicdesigngroup.com headplow

    Pretty damn cool Spencer! While everyone’s degree of patience varies, what is the frustration factor?
    Could this ever being used for more than just play? Is it truly like sketching on an iPhone only having a larger screen? So many questions . . .

  • http://tonicdesigngroup.com headplow

    Pretty damn cool Spencer! While everyone’s degree of patience varies, what is the frustration factor?
    Could this ever being used for more than just play? Is it truly like sketching on an iPhone only having a larger screen? So many questions . . .

  • http://drawtheline.com dmac

    Don’t know which stylus you used but I used the Pogo with the foam blob on the end. The friction against the display glass was annoying. There’s another stylus with a weird paddle on the end to make the capacitive sensing work. There are displays that work with both capacitive(finger) and pressure stylus. iPadrev2?

  • http://drawtheline.com dmac

    Don’t know which stylus you used but I used the Pogo with the foam blob on the end. The friction against the display glass was annoying. There’s another stylus with a weird paddle on the end to make the capacitive sensing work. There are displays that work with both capacitive(finger) and pressure stylus. iPadrev2?

  • simon

    would love to see a video review of you working on the ipad

  • simon

    would love to see a video review of you working on the ipad

  • http://autographlot.com/ Sadie

    Don’t know which stylus you used but I used the Pogo with the foam blob on the end. The friction against the display glass was annoying. There’s another stylus with a weird paddle on the end to make the capacitive sensing work. There are displays that work with both capacitive(finger) and pressure stylus. iPadrev2?

  • http://autographlot.com/ Sadie

    Don’t know which stylus you used but I used the Pogo with the foam blob on the end. The friction against the display glass was annoying. There’s another stylus with a weird paddle on the end to make the capacitive sensing work. There are displays that work with both capacitive(finger) and pressure stylus. iPadrev2?

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