Here's a basic overview of the Inkling's features:
- Captures your pen and paper sketches in vector format, so you can upload straight to the computer.
- Pressure sensitive for different stroke weights.
- Stores hundreds of sketches between uploads to your computer.
- Works with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Autodesk, and Sketchbook Pro.
- Can be used on paper A7 to A4 in size.
Overall the Inkling performed as I expected it to. I think there are some kinks that need to be ironed out, and given the quality of the uploaded image I'm not sure how useful it is in terms of cutting down workflow. You would still have to do a lot of tidy up on the computer, which makes me wonder if it is any easier than scanning or photographing your original image and tracing it in Illustrator. It is definitely a fun gadget though. Now if only it came with a felt tip or pencil adapter...
If you've used the Inkling leave me a comment and let me know what you think of it.
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