Apple iPad ecosystem is very advance, it transforms your fingers into a virtual stylus. The features are never stopping, there are many reasons that you become addicted to iPad. You can watch movies, videos, listen music, play games and even you can become an artist. Nowadays professional artists are using iPad to save quick creative drawing ideas. The traditional stylus can do the job, but if you want more precision, perfect grip and control over strokes meet Sensu Artist Brush and Stylus for iPad.
Build Quality & Design
Most of the conventional styluses have a rubberized tip only, but Sensu consists a brush and traditional rubber tip both. A concept stylus in the form of an artistic brush, it is a very interesting and useful concept for artists. At first glance, it appears to be an ordinary ink pen when you uncap it consists of bristles made of conductive fibers. The build quality is extraordinary, super soft and provides a firm grip in your hand.
Sensu is available in two colors, Chrome and matte black. For testing the company provided me a matte black sample.
You can use Sensu in two ways, big rubber point at one end can be used as a normal style to write, draw from any angle. The tip of the cap is made from conductive rubber with superior grip. On the other side it is an artistic brush, you can draw paint on the tablet screen. In my testing, I’ve used Sensu extensively for continuous 7 days. It never let me down, the best part is I started using it every time even for normal tasks like web browsing, navigating, opening apps and scrolling.
The best part comes here, artistic brush. It’s bristles are very flexible, it mocks like you working on a normal paper using a paintbrush. The feel is awesome, all you need is a patience and creative ideas. The stylus has a fine point for accuracy and precision. Its advanced synthetic brush hair technology allows you to gently glide across your touchscreen device.
This solid aluminium crafted Sensu works with various apps, the apps list includes Procreate, ArtRage, Fresh Paint, SketchTime, Paper, Zen Brush, Sketches, Sketch Club, Autodesk Sketchbook Pro Mobile, Silk Paints, Drawing Carl, Auryn Ink, Foldify, Sketchbook Ink, ASKetch, Adobe Photoshop Touch, Adobe Ideas, Finger Painter, Repix, Auryn Ink, Brushes, PIcsArt, Pen&Ink and Skitch. And works with almost all tablets with capacitive touch screens.
Sensu brushes work with capacitive touch screens like the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Kindle Fire, Surface, Nexus, Galaxy Tab, Nook, BlackBerry Playbook, Samsung Tablet, the Dell Latitude 10, and more.
Sample drawings made with Sensu Artist Brush and Stylus
Of course, reasons why should someone use stylus for touch screen devices, vary. Fortunately, Sensu created a special category stylus called Artistic Brush. Which can be used for both general purpose and for artistic creations. And honestly, it is worth for every penny you spend for this artistic brush stylus.
Not for taking notes
Honestly, it is worthy for every penny you spend for this artistic brush stylus.