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Old 09-03-2006, 06:14 PM   #1
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Default Use real brushes in Photoshop (Win)

OptiPaint is a new system that lets you use real paint brushes to paint in Photoshop or other programs that accept Photoshop-compatible plug-ins. You can also use fingers, sponges, or anything else that is light colored and can be wetted and touched to the painting surface. The cost for this device is $2495.

From looking at the galleries, my guess is that dabbing might work but stroking needs a lot of improvement. So there is no competition here to Painter or Project Dogwaffle. But this is still a pretty interesting development that will probably improve. I have not tested it.

Mac version is under development.

http://www.optipaint.com/index.html
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