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gregg2g

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Re: Introduce yourself
Reply #15 on: January 19, 2018, 02:31:45 PM
Hello. I've used ArtStudio IOS for a couple years now and am happy to see a Mac OS version. I want something to replace Sketchbook Pro, since I don't like having to pay a yearly lease rate even if nothing is new in the software. I am all for software developers making a living, but I would like to have the choice of upgrading and owning the software.
So far, I love what has happen with ArtStudio Pro. Keep up the good work.
Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6, Huion Kanvas Pro 20 Latest version driver. ArtStudioPro latest versioon

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Re: Introduce yourself
Reply #16 on: January 24, 2018, 11:41:47 AM
Hello. We are not going to switch to subscription model.

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Reply #17 on: February 23, 2018, 11:03:09 AM
I’ve been using ArtStudio for a number of years but just for manipukation and editing. This last upgrade brought it to another whole level and is now my go to app for all things ipad digital. Great Job!!
Barb

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Reply #18 on: April 08, 2018, 08:54:51 AM
Hi All
I  have been using Art Studio for a long time and always loved it. I have had the pleasure of being a beta tester with Sylwester and crew and can genuinely say that Art Studio Pro in my opinion is the best art app available for the ipad series. It just gets better and better with every update, please keep up the great work guys.

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Reply #19 on: August 12, 2018, 02:23:35 AM
Hello all,
 I am a digital art hobbyist and have been drawing/painting since early 2016 after seeing a David Hockney exhibition.   After having used Procreate and Artrage I have recently taken to use ArtStudioPro (mainly with the wet oil brushes).  I am trying to develop a “painterly” style more in common with traditional art than is normal with digital art.
With ArtStudioPro I particularly like the way I can easily move between the Mac and the iPad Pro.
Phil (oldlofty)
Phil - digital art hobbyist
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Reply #20 on: August 17, 2018, 11:01:45 AM
Hi! I’m Stormy and was finally able to purchase ASP last night! I consider myself as a hobbyist although I have done commission work in the past. I use to use PaintShop Pro (poor mans PS) on windows many years before there were even iPads. I’m excited and loving the fact that ASP is SOOOOOOOO much like PS and PSP!! I’ve really missed the features those 2 desktop art programs had!

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Reply #21 on: September 23, 2018, 03:33:31 AM
I'm Todd from Wisconsin Rapids, WI.  I've been drawing with pens and pencils my whole life and for the past decade have been working digitally.  I've used Photoshop and Corel Painter pretty exclusively for many years on my Wacom tablets, but have recently been getting more into working on my Ipad Pro now that the illustration apps have caught up to their desktop counterparts.  For the longest time I was begging Corel to release a full Painter version on the Ipad pro, since Procreate and Paintstorm (both very good, but still didn't feel just right) weren't entirely cutting it for me.  And along came Artstudio Pro; streamlined, responsive, and does everything I could want from it.  I'm hooked.  My poor Cintiqs are starting to gather dust.

My Art Blog: https://idrawcrap.wordpress.com/

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Reply #22 on: October 06, 2018, 09:45:21 AM
Hi, I’m Andy from Sydney Australia and I’ve worked in the film and TV industry for the past 16 years as a Concept Artist/matte painter/3D animator.
I use all the industry standard tools like Maya, Zbrush, Nuke and most of the Adobe products. Over the past year I heard about and started using Affinity Photo. It was talked about being the next best thing to Photoshop. So I went out and bought an iPad and Affinity so I could sketch on the go. I stayed with Serif’s Affinity Photo hoping that they would fix their on going bugs and mediocre brush engine. That didn’t happen. So I decided to tried ArtRage and Procreate, they didn’t make the cut either. Then a friend put me onto Artstudio just a couple of weeks ago.
I was instantly hooked by how close it was to Photoshop. I was actually blown away that there was an app that was the same as PS but with extra cool features in it, all on an iPad.
My library of brushes translated across which made me feel like I didn’t have to change the way I worked.
Im sold, so goodby Affinity Photo for ever.

Here’s some of my quick sketches if you’re interested.
https://andysutton.artstation.com/
Last Edit: October 06, 2018, 06:02:48 PM by Andych56

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Reply #23 on: January 12, 2019, 08:33:23 PM
Hi All,

I'm Disney. Discovered the new version of Artstudio Pro on iPad during December holidays last year and I'm glad that I did.

You can follow me on Instagram (disneypatterson).

Great features. I was looking for an app with non-destructive adjustment layers and Artstudio Pro opened a door into new creative journies. The brush engine is amazing. And oh yes I'm able to use brushes from my favourite artists. Wet paint mode is so valuable.

Keep up the good work.

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Reply #24 on: January 26, 2019, 08:52:00 PM
Hi,  While I am proficient in Photoshop formyphotography, this is my first attempt at doing my art work digitally.  I’ve been an artist my whole life, my profession has  been in stained glass.  I’ve been asked to design some t-shirts, so I though I’d try designing on my iPad rather than doing I on paper.  I have a lot to learn, but I’ll get there!  I’m sure I’ll be turning to everyone for help from time to time and I hope to get good enough at it so that I will be able to give back and help someone else eventually.