• May 6, 2020 at 8:18 pm #2776
    Decio BarbosaDecio Barbosa

    You application is really amazing but you are developing it in the wrong platform.
    It is indeed too hard to draw on a PC screen, even using drawing accessories (graphic tablets) or even appropriated pens on touch screens, let alone the conventional mice.
    The main tool for drawings is indeed Apple iPad Pro with Apple pencil.
    In my view, if Animation Paper with all its extraordinary features is designed to work in such a platform the software would be unbeatable.
    Decio H. Barbosa

    May 6, 2020 at 8:34 pm #2777
    Niels Krogh MortensenNiels

    Thanks for this opinion of yours, Decio. Although I do think tablets (like Wacoms or similar) work very well on desktop computers – I tend to think you are right.

    We are doing Animation Paper for the iPad Pro with Pencil. We have been planning this all a long. Both the iPad and the desktop versions have most of their code base shared. This means 2 things: 1. We will be able to finish the iPad version fairly quickly after we finish the desktop version. The main task is to redesign the interface for touch purposes. And 2. the two versions will be fully compatible. Project files made on the desktop will load perfectly on the iPad and vice versa.

    I think Animation Paper will be amazing on the iPad Pro!

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