Pencil, a new stylus from the makers of Paper

Looks lovely:

Per TechCrunch:

Pencil unlocks new features and enables new types of creation. When connected, the app rejects palm movements against the tablet, allowing users to draw smoothly — just as they would if they were holding a pencil, pen, or paintbrush. They can also blend colors directly on the page using their fingers, or fix mistakes with Pencil’s eraser.

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3 thoughts on “Pencil, a new stylus from the makers of Paper

  1. For me, drawing with a huge, super-dull pencil is more like hell than a dream come true. I get that tablets and phones are tuned for input from fingers, but we’ve got to get away from these huge, imprecise instruments.
    I’m going to give the Adonit Jot Touch 4 a try.

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