The digital world is blooming. EVERYTHING is going digital. We have touch screens everywhere. Our cars have touch screens in them. Our phones are touch screens, You can buy a refrigerator with a touch screen. They are everywhere.
You may not know this about me but I have a background in art. I love to draw and paint. I painted all the time when I was in college and up until I was pregnant with Zoe. I t was my creative outlet before I started blogging. I would probably paint if my blog ever just died, but I don’t see my blog going anywhere. So, I’ve been wondering if there was a way to explore my artistic background with the current trends in technology and yes there are, and I don’t have to buy a mac. I can use the iPad I already own and get a few new apps.
Just using a Nomad Brush with any electronic art program with a touch screen will allow me to paint anywhere whenever I want. The Nomad Brush is the first handcrafted paintbrush stylus for touchscreen devices. The Nomad Brush is the only paintbrush stylus that blends natural and conductive fibers with other highly conductive materials to make painting on digital screens feel as authentic as using canvas or watercolor paper. All Nomad Brushes glide smoothly and effortlessly on touchscreens.
Nomade has a few recommended drawing apps listed on their website. a few of them of their suggestions with Nomad Brush products are: ArtRage, Auryn Ink, Zen Brush, Adobe Eazel, and Adobe Color Lava.
My only issue with the brush is that when I pulled it out of the package a black rubber piece came off and I can’t get it back on. It should cover the copper area of the brush.
The Nomad Original retails for $24
This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to the winners: Diane Baum, Erica Best, and Tracee.
All rules can be found under giveaway rules. We received a sample to donate.