Nomad Brush タブレット用 ブラシ型 スタイラスペン Nomado Mini 2 【Black】 NoB-JP-011
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and it was a waste of money.
I like it, and prefer it to other styluses I've used with my iPad. I really like that the brush retracts easily with a twist. At the same time, the brush itself isn't as flexible or nuanced as I might have hoped.
The brush, as far as I can tell, doesn't really offer any more flexibility in painting or drawing than the rubber stylus tip.
I've tried it in a variety of apps: SketchBook Express, Paper 53, and Zen Brush, to name a few. It may be that the programs aren't designed to capture the differences in size that come from tapping gently versus stroking, but when I touch very lightly it doesn't register and when I press hard it registers exactly the same as if I was using the rubber tip.
So: while I really like the idea, and I really like the feel of the brush in my hand, and it adds a bit of novelty over a standard generic stylus, it doesn't really operate like a brush with any of the apps I've tried using it with on my iPad and my iPhone.
It's a great idea, but if you expect it to work like a real brush on an iPad, you will probably be disappointed. (Sample provided for the purpose of a review.)
Unlike most styluses on the market that uses a rubber nib, this one used a brush instead. Having a brush as a stylus will turn your tablet into a digital canvas. Now you can paint your next great masterpiece without carrying around an art easel.
In the hand, the pen has a nice weight to it, but not as heavy as a "Mont Blanc". Near the brush tip, the body is flared out, to give a better feel in the hand. The brush can be retracted with the twist of the fingers, very similar to a women's makeup brush.
Also, there is a regular rubber nib tip on the opposite end for everyday use.
I was supplied a sample for the purpose of review.