September 16, 2013 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Seoul, Korea - UBRUSH Studio today is proud to announce the release of Paint It 1.05, an update to their popular painting application developed exclusively for iPad. Paint It comes with 7 possible tools for your creative works. Every tool is optimized to behave exactly like the real world tool. The pen tool feels just like the pen in your hand! Through in-app purchases, Paint It lets you upgrade felt-tip and eraser tools to enhance your creative abilities with all seven tools:
With Felt-tip pen you can draw clean lines with an exact start and end point giving you phenomenal control over your drawing. You can use this pen to write letters, sketch and paint.
The pen tool allows you to draw expressive, flowing lines based on the speed of drawing. The pen tool excels at writing letters, notes, and captions.
The pencil tool expresses the shading effect of graphite on paper just like a real pencil. The pencil tool is suitable for sketching, freeform drawing and shading.
The oil pastel tool let you painting and drawing with characteristics similar to pastels and wax crayons. This tool can be used as a blending tool to have a very dramatic effect on the final painting.
The watercolor tool expresses an exact wet-in-wet on the transparent effects achievable. The watercolor with a water-soluble color pencil allows to draw fine details and to blend them with water.
The oil paint remains wet to have changing the color, texture or form of the figure. With the oil painting tool you can use an impasto effect on the canvas that makes your work more artistic.
In Paint It, layers can be used to work on individual parts of an image like other graphic software. When you click on the layer icon, you can select and edit each layer of your working image.
The lower layers look different by the upper layers' blending mode. 'Paint it' provides two useful modes besides normal modes. In Multiply mode, the top layer darkens the bottom layer so layering easily creates drop shadows and sketch lines in your image. In Screen mode, the top layer lightens the bottom layer creating a brighter image and making a shine highlight in your image.
Lock alpha channel:
When you click a lock-shape icon to lock the alpha channel in a layer so brushes don't paint in transparent areas, you can paint and draw more specific places you want.
Selected layer actions - Selected layer can use the following functions:
* Layer transform: Locations of layers are moved and rotated, and the sizes of the layers are changed
* Fill Color: Layers are filled with selected colors
* Clear: All layers are cleared transparently
* Layer Duplicate: Duplicated layers are added
* Merge Down: A selected layer and the lower layer are merged
Paint It was designed to be run with graphic process unit (GPU) and a lot of operations can be dealt so rapidly. Because of this, high resolution graphics can be described perfectly on Retina Displays.
UBRUSH Core 2.0 (TM)
The 'UBRUSH Core 2.0' developed by our company independently is a'paint it' based technology that powerful expressions are possible.This has much faster speed than a previous 1.0 version by more than 3 times. And this has far more diverse expression methods.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
* 10.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Paint It 1.05 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Version 1.05 includes minor bug fixes.
Located in Seoul, Korea, UBRUSH Studio was established in 2010 by Hochul Hwang. Hwang majored in art and design at the College of Design in Korea and has been working as a developer. Planning APP, UI design, server development and app development. All of this work was done on his own. The aim of The UBRUSH Studio is to make the most delicate and fast digital paint APP in the world. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 UBRUSH Studio. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.