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iSketchnote digitizes your drawings and notes in real time

on Saturday, September 20th, 2014

Digitizing notes and drawings can be done a few different ways. You can snap a picture with your phone and upload the picture to Evernote, you can scan pages with a flatbed scanner, and you can also use special pen/paper combos like those from Livescribe. All of these methods work, but each have their ownRead More…


Pencilbrush is the Love Child of the Mechanical Pencil and a Paint Brush

on Sunday, July 22nd, 2012
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

The Pencilbrush is a unique drawing tool for the avid artist or doodler that allows you to do quick and easy shading effects. It’s made of light weight aluminum and can accommodate a row of individual graphite leads sizes such as 0.5mm, 0.7mm, 0.9mm and 1.3mm. A package of 0.9mm leads are included with the drawingRead More…

Sensu Artist Brush

Sensu Artist Brush for Capacitive Screens

on Monday, November 28th, 2011

I’m sure there’s more e-doodlers out there than me , and Artist Hardware’s Sensu Artist Brush looks pretty cool for doodling and painting on the go on your capacitive screen device. Now fully funded on  Kickstarter  ( funding requested $7,500, funding recieved $68,823 !!! ) , the Sensu is a capacitive brush device that givesRead More…


Boogie Board Rip – Same cool drawing pad, but now with save feature

on Thursday, September 1st, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Remember the Boogie Board LCD drawing tablet from Improv Electronics that I reviewed over a year ago? They’re finally coming out with a version that has a SAVE feature. The new Boogie Board Rip (Record Image Preserve) will have a save button that will capture your drawing and then allow you to upload it toRead More…


Wacom’s Inkling lets you draw without a tablet

on Tuesday, August 30th, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Most Wacom tablets have to be connected to a computer for it to work.  But what if you prefer drawing on physical paper with a pen?  That’s where Wacom’s Inkling comes in.  It works similar to the Livescribe but the Inkling doesn’t require special paper. The Inkling uses a clip-on receiver that you attach toRead More…


Lefty Artists Rejoice – SmudgeGuard

on Wednesday, December 29th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

How many lefties do we have in the audience? Me too Don’t you just hate it when you’re drawing and writing and get ink on the side of your hand? There’s a product to solve that problem. The SmudgeGuard is a nylon glove that protect the outer edge of your hand/pinkie finger, while leaving theRead More…


Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet Review

on Sunday, February 28th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, Reviews

A month ago Jackie sent me an email with the subject line of “Interesting Product” and a link to the Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet from Improv Electronics. It looked interesting to me too, so I posted a quick news blurb about it and kept waiting for it to come in stock so that IRead More…


Magic Slates for the 21st Century

on Thursday, February 4th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Did you have a Magic Slate as a kid? It’s a thin cardboard pad with a dark rubber-like bottom layer and a thin sheet of opaque plastic on top. You could draw on it with a stylus, creating dark lines. Then to start over, you would peel up the plastic, lay it back down andRead More…