The Zen Brush interface is simple: three ink colors (black, gray, light gray), two eraser colors (white, gray), and a slider for brush size. I've yet to come across a person who didn't get a kick out of using the Nomad Brush/Zen Brush combo -- and I've brought them to several iPad workshops and conferences. Plus, all drawings in Zen Brush look good!
|Leo copying me writing "bread"|
|My eldest's Sugar Glider. |
She's a bit obsessed with exotic pets.
|Mali's Twin Houses. The girl does have |
a keen sense of balance and composition.
|LOVE character calligraphy, by an iPad workshop attendee|
|Self-portrait by Steve Silberman. Love it!|
One caveat for each item:
- The Nomad Brush Mini is tiny. Very tiny. If I don't track it and put it back exactly where it belongs, it vanishes (and in fact I'm in a bit of a panic as I type these words).
- Zen Brush has positioned their no-undo, page-clearing trash can icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen. This northpaw has accidentally tapped & deleted several masterpieces.
Disclosure: I was given our Nomad Brush by a company rep, with no strings attached -- we really do like it that much. I purchased all cited apps.