What has Apple Pencil & 3D Touch got to do with Drawing Desk?

February 2, 2017

Well the answer to that basically is that it brings out a new level of fun while creating digital art. The main highlight is the fact that the Apple Pencil features palm-rejection technology in conjunction with the iPad Pro, which means your hand, arm, and fingers can rest against the screen while you use Drawing Desk!

And don’t forget, Drawing Desk is now 3D Touch optimized, allowing you to get the full flow of creativity through painting, sketching and doodling.

Drawing desk users can now  take advantage of their device’s pressure-sensitive screen when drawing. By applying more pressure you can create heavier darker strokes or lighter ones with less pressure, just as if you were using a real brush or pencil!

This allows you to adjust and add just the right touch to your artwork!


If you’re still relatively new to the concept of digital art, this might be just what the doctor ordered for you to let you unlock your talent, and potential. Pair the Drawing Desk app with a iPad Pro and an Apple pencil  and you’ve got a fun – loving and convenient combination.

If you’ve got the Pencil, and you don’t think you’re the creative type, or you’re not sure what the big deal is – just install Drawing Desk and start drawing. Change colors, get a paint brush, mix it up. Spend some time just drawing anything. And you’ll realize just how easy it is to get started creating something with Drawing Desk using the Apple Pencil.

As you progress, you will get better and better at drawing. And that will let you use your Apple Pencil and iPad Pro to create the kind of art that you’ve always wanted to do on Drawing Desk.




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