Touted by its developers as the most comprehensive, sketching, painting and photo editing tool in the iTunes App Store, ArtStudio 4.2 arrives today with a neat Guidelines feature that assists amateurs in creating real works of art. That, and a truckload more features, some of which are detailed below.
ArtStudio for iPad 4.2 brings quite a few neat changes. These include a new Grid feature; 160 new brushes (included in brush pack 1 for those who purchased it); opacity and spacing sliders to Smudge tool; increased number of color swatches (from 24 to 36); options to disable tap-and-hold color picker, as well to disable aim when using "drawing offset"; and the ability to swap undo/redo icons with favorites/layers icons in the toolbar at the bottom.
Another important change is the loading of colors when you open up a project from an older version of the app. Also, if the color is close to white, the brush preview background will become darker, so that it’s easier on the eyes. The rest of the changelog mentions bug fixes (those interested in the full scoop can go here
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