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Sensu Capacitive Touch Artist Brush mixes the old and the new

Many artists have moved to digital mediums because it’s easier to keep track of your work, sell copies, and you don’t have to keep buying supplies to do more of it. However, those who once enjoyed the feel of a brush in their hand while painting probably miss the experience if they changed mediums. Thankfully though, there are those out there who felt that you shouldn’t have to miss out on using a real brush just because you moved to a computer.

Therefore, the Sensu Capacitive Touch Artist Brush was created via Kickstarter, and is running into the hands of artists everywhere. It is essentially a stylus for tablets, but it has a synthetic brush that has conductive properties. It can work on tablets much in the same way a normal brush would work on a canvas, but you don’t need any paint! Actually, you should never use real paint with this thing, unless you want to destroy it. When you don’t want to use the brush aspect, careful put it back into its case, and use the rubber stylus on the other end. For only $40, this is a pretty cheap option that has multi-functionality for what else you might find on the market.

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