I'm constantly tempted to buy an Adonit Touch Pixelpoint stylus (Ink & Slide isn't actually available in Australia yet) for use on the iPad, but the price of them always puts me off. Has anyone used one much with Draw? I'm more interested in the precision rather than the pressure sensitivity. I've seen quite a few reviews where the reviewer just scribbles on the screen and says that they not artists, so I'd be really interested to hear from anyone who actually uses one regularly. $100 is just a lot of money to burn if it doesn't work that well. And yes I know that a pen and paper is a lot cheaper more reliable etc and I always start on paper, but use the ipad a lot as part of my workflow.
It really depends on what iPad you own, and here's why:
To their credit, Adonit at least acknowledged the problem and are addressing it. I have the Wacom 2 stylus, and it's pretty much useless. Good for scribbling out ideas, but the second you try to draw a slow, controlled line, forget about it. The Wacom 1 still works pretty well, however, and you can get it for 40 bucks on Amazon.
I was going to recommend that you wait until the next generation of Styli is introduced before purchasing anything, and then i saw this:
Seems like this is more for writing than drawing, however.
Thanks for the response. I had started looking in to the Wacom 2 stylus to, so appreciate the info on that. I looked at the Wacom 1, but I'm after a thin nib.