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Thread: Scribbling on the tablet with Artrage

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    Scribbling on the tablet with Artrage

    A quick test have a feel ....
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    wow Caesar, this has your characteristic look and hand but somehow the colors and expressive quality of the lines is somehow different.. excellent work my friend... so you have moved into a tablet and stylus? I have been away for several months and may have missed that transition!

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    I Beg your Pardon Caesar bt I don't Want my Face SLAPPED

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    Caesar, great work, like this a lot, I have no luck on the tablet but you sure have conquered

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    Dear Gary, the only meaningful difference is that on the drawing tablet You draw without looking at your hand but to the screen, that is somewhere else, while on the android tablet You draw directly on the screen. This is quite a change, but also the use of the brush stylus and the impression to be using a sketching notepad made my brushstrokes sensibly more impulsive and nervous (and speedy as well). Thank You!

    That's why You don't dare to openly say what You think of her, dear McPloos? Thank You for peeping then ...

    Thank you, dear Pat. I'm quite glad of the Leonardo brush/ stylus I purposedly bought following Enug's suggestion. I'm sure it would be useful to You too to prevail on Your tablet reluctance to artragepainting.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar, great work on the tablet , not one of my favorite painting tools

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    So what's this about a tablet, Caesar? Android is it? I think it looks really cool and I like the longer strokes than you usually use. It could open up a whole new look for you. I really like it!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    A very amazing "scribble". I really like it. You seem to be enjoying the tablet.
    I have artrage on ipad and I just can't get it to work properly. There is such a time lag. I'm wondering if it may be that I have an older version (3) with only 3gb to spare

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    Tablet is certainly not for an accurate and slow motion painting or drawing, in my view, dear Jean, but very practical for immediately fixing an idea or a concept or let Your imagination and gestures wander loosely and freely .... Thank You!

    Yes, dear D Akey, an Android equipped samsung Tab 3, 10 " screen. Somehow different way to use Artrage and subjects/ style to pursue, but i certainly appreciate this side possibility to quickly fix some image. It naturally drives You somehow torwards an Andreesque style made of incisive brushstrokes and sort of long chromatic/ textural cuts in the canvas, a little bit like emulating Luigi Fontana's intention to get a graphical essence and, simultaneoulsy, to rip the two-dimensional constraints. Thank You!

    That must be really frustrating, dear Vandra! I'm still a beginner with the tablet, but lagging isn't the problem so far, rather to point most precisely the stylus to extend furtherly a linear sign without discontinuity maybe is, not really a disappointing one though, especially if You use Artrage on the tablet to sketch and hint. Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Dear Caesar, I like what you have painted on your Samsung it suggests a relaxed style and that you are having fun with AR and your new stylus brush. I'm relieved about that as it had been my recommendation and I would have felt very embarrassed it you hated it.
    June.

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