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Thread: First try on Galaxy Tab

  1. #1
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    First try on Galaxy Tab

    Hi all,


    Here my first try with Artrage on my Galaxy Tab 10.1


    Almost everything is done with fingers - I still have not get used to the very

    slick glass surface of the tablet.


    Click image for larger version. 

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    Kunst muss nicht immer kompliziert sein!

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    Welcome and go on with Your excercices and experiments! You'll soon master artrage and Your tablet.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    yes, ist is

    Quote Originally Posted by translatefocused View Post
    Hi, Nice trial! I heard of this artrage painting apps on android. Is this the one you have tried out? I also want to get started with same apps. I just hope it will okay with me too
    Yes, it was the Android tablet version of Artrage, which I just bought for my Galaxy Tab 10.1.

    I use Artrage for a while now, but on the PC with an Wacom Intuos 3, which feels totally different
    from the surface. So far, I prefer the rough Intuos surface. I just wanted to post this image because
    it was the first try on the very slippery surface of the Galaxy tablet.

    Some days ago I bought the Artrage version for my iPad 4 too - the versions differ a little bit.
    It looks like the Android version has no pipette yet and the menus are on the top (at least if
    you use a big tablet - the Note cellphone version differs from it too) and are at the bottom at the iPad iOS
    version.
    But the main difference is, that Artrage is totally slow on the iPad, but that maybe comes from the
    very much higher resolution of the Retina iPad 4 - but the menus open much slower too.

    To do a proper speed comparison I have to do more tests - setting the paper sheet to the same size
    on both devices.

    CU.
    Kunst muss nicht immer kompliziert sein!

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