ArtStudio for iPad Has Been Completely Redesigned

Posted August 3, 2012 at 4:24pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 7116 views

ArtStudio, a sketching, painting, and photo editing app for the iPad, has been completely redesigned.

Completely re-designed from the ground up the new ArtStudio features a beautiful new user interface and a powerful new graphics engine to make creating works of art faster, easier, and more fun! Using advanced drawing algorithms this is the fastest and most precise version of ArtStudio to date.

FEATURES:
- flexible canvas size, max: 2048x1536(iPad 1), 2592x1936 (iPad 2), 2448x3264 (the new iPad)
- support for any device orientation
- 15 tools: select, pencil, wet paintbrush, dry paintbrush, spray, dots, eraser, smudge, bucket fill, gradient, text, clone, blur/sharpen, dodge/burn, eyedropper
- 300 HIGH QUALITY BRUSHES (150 free, 150 paid) divided into 20 groups
- custom brushes, max size: 500x500px
- select tool: rect/ellipse/lasso/magic wand/by color, add/sub/intersect, contract/expand/round corners/border/...
- text tool: over 150 system fonts, support of external TTF fonts (just upload .ttf file in iTunes using File Sharing), special text layer to easy edit text
- favorites list to quickly access user's favorite brush settings
- fully customizable stroke settings: blur, flip, size, opacity, spacing, fadeout, squeeze, angle, speed-size, speed-opacity, random flip, scatter, jitter-spacing, jitter-angle, jitter-size, jitter-squeeze, jitter-opacity, jitter-hue, jitter-saturation, jitter-lightness
- simulated brush pressure, support for bluetooth stylus pressure sensitivity (currently only Jot Touch)
- symmetric drawing
- shapes: lines, rectangles, ellipses, polygons (open, closed)
- layer options: add, duplicate, merge down/visible, delete, lock alpha, show/hide, link, name, reorder, opacity, blending modes
- layer masks
- layer/selection transformations: move/scale/rotate with multi-touch, flip, rotate left/right, fill/erase
- 10 layer blending modes: normal, multiply, add, difference, screen, overlay, hue, saturation, color, value
- import from 'Photos', camera, iTunes, clipboard
- export as JPG/PNG/PSD to 'Photos', email, clipboard, iTunes
- multi-touch navigation with unlimited zoom
- undo/redo with almost infinite number of steps
- image resize (none, bilinear, bicubic, lanczos interpolations) , change canvas size, crop
- 15 filters: gaussian/motion/radial blur, sharpen, unsharp mask, add noise, render clouds, edge detect, border/vignette and more
- adjustments: brightness/contrast/exposure, hue/saturation/lightness, color balance, temperature, shadows/highlights, CURVES, auto contrast/colors/white balance and more

What's New In This Version:
- new UX
- incredible performance boost
- bigger max canvas sizes: 2048x1536(iPad 1), 2592x1936 (iPad 2), 2448x3264 (the new iPad)
- use as many layers as memory allows
- 300 HIGH QUALITY BRUSHES (150 free, 150 paid) 20 groups in total
- improved brush quality
- new text tool with text layers, use external TTF fonts (uploaded in iTunes)
- many more brush settings: blur, flip, size, opacity, spacing, fadeout, squeeze, wetness, angle, speed-size, speed-opacity, random flip, scatter, jitter-spacing, jitter-angle, jitter-size, jitter-squeeze, jitter-opacity, jitter-hue, jitter-saturation, jitter-lightness
- curves adjustment
- layer names
- auto contrast/colors/white balance
- new filters: radial blur, motion blur, render clouds,

You can purchase ArtStudio for iPad from the App Store for $4.99.

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