The Apple iPad can be used for a range of things, from surfing the web to reading comics, even playing games which involve birds who are perpetually angry.
Power in my hands
But now, the iPad can also be used to create a variety of paintings as well as to manipulate images. The secret to doing so is in using three news apps which were released by Adobe. Creative Suite 5.5 was released last week with iPad support, but users were unable to make use of that functionality until today.
The three Apps are as Follows
Adobe Eazel: Your iPad is the canvas, your fingertip is the brush. Create beautiful paintings and instantly access them in Photoshop CS5.
You can take a look at how it works in the video below
Adobe Color Lava: Dab. Swirl. Mix. Create custom colors and color themes to use in Adobe Photoshop CS5.
Adobe Nav: Enjoy a whole new way to interact with Photoshop CS5. Tap and swipe your iPad screen to activate Photoshop tools, and browse open documents in Photoshop CS5.
All three apps are available from the App store with prices ranging from $1.99 to $4.99