| Beta Testing
| iPad 2, Adobe Eazel, Lava and Nav Apps
Adobe Photoshop Touch Apps
I was fortunate enough to be among the chosen few to test the upcoming Adobe Touch apps for iPad. The apps all take advantage of the new Adobe Touch SDK allowing close integration between Adobe Photoshop CS5 and the iPad.
The Eazel app is a watercolor simulation app for quick finger paintings that can be transmitted directly to Photoshop. The Nav app gives you the power to control the Photoshop Toolbar and transfer your current documents over to your iPad and the Lava app is a color mixing app for transmitting color pallets over to Photoshop.
“The iPad has become a big part of my creative workflow and its potential continues to grow with Adobe's latest update. The new apps—Adobe Nav for Photoshop, Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop, and Adobe Eazel for Photoshop—transform your iPad into a hand-held extension of Adobe Photoshop CS5, allowing you to mix colors, navigate documents, select tools, and much more. Not only that, the release of the Adobe Photoshop Touch SDK paves the way for
a new wave of exciting creative tools for the iPad with powerful Adobe Photoshop CS5 integration.”
Kyle Lambert, visual artist, www.kylelambert.co.uk
The Apps are available from the App store now.
Adobe Eazel for PhotoshopAdobe Color Lava for Photoshop
Adobe Nav for Photoshop
Also, check out some examples of artwork created using Eazel by myself and fellow beta testers Don Shank and Stephane Kardos.
Eazel Test Painting by Kyle Lambert
Eazel Paintings by Don Shank
Eazel Paintings by Stephane Kardos