Find out more about the latest version of the increasingly popular digital painting application Rebelle. Now in its fourth version, Rebelle has perhaps the most advanced natural media emulation of any digital painting app. Discover the incredible new developments.
- [Tony] Hello there, and welcome … to Design Tools Weekly with me Tony Harmon. … A while back, we took a look … at the digital painting application, Rebelle, … which at the beginning of this year … went to version four. … And there's so much packed into it, … it was very hard to choose what to show, … so I'll start with some fairly ordinary things … and then we'll go on to some things … that are frankly jaw dropping. … So I'm going to go ahead here … and first of all, work with a pencil. … I'm just going to choose a dark gray here at the moment. … And as you'd expect, the pencil, … I'm working here, by the way, on a Wacom tablet. … Pressure increases just there. … But it now understands the tilt of my stylus … and so just as you would with a pencil, … you can now get this thicker version … of your drawing like so. … Very nice that it does that. … And a lot of people I'm sure will appreciate that. … Of course, on a tablet like an iPad, … using the Apple Pencil, you can do that too … in several different applications …
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