Usage demo of SpeedyPainter on ASUS VivoTab Note 8

This new version of SpeedyPainter adds finger gestures for padding and zooming. This version will be released soon.

To make pressure sensitivity work properly I had to install Wacom Feel driver (http://us.wacom.com/en/feeldriver/).

Importing custom brush sets into SpeedyPainter using abrMate

On the internet we can find a lot of amazing custom brush sets, shared with the art community by very talented (and generous :D) artists.

However, usually those brush sets are in the standard Photoshop “abr” format.
On the other side, SpeedyPainter uses standard “.png” brush files, so it is not possible to directly import “.abr” files directly from SpeedyPainter.

But don’t despair, this does not mean you can’t use those amazing brush sets with SpeedyPainter!

Thanks to the useful free software abrMate, you can load those “abr” brush sets, and export each single brush in a single png image. 

A guide is available here:

http://speedypainter.altervista.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=191

 

SpeedyPainter on ASUS VivoTab Note 8

SpeedyPainter on ASUS VivoTab Note 8

SpeedyPainter running on ASUS VivoTab Note 8. The bundled Wacom pen seems to work fine, to make pressure sensitivity work I had to install Wacom Feel driver.

I noticed that i have to add some improvements to make it more usable on Tablet devices..