The drawing world has been revolutionized with the introduction of digital pens, styli and pencils now used on tablets to write notes and create drawings. Here are some of the best tablet pens for drawing enthusiasts around the world!
The newest addition to the market, the Apple Pencil has captivated pretty much the entire world. With intricate precision and Muti-Touch capabilities, the Apple Pencil takes your creative desires to the next level! The line’s thickness can be altered according to the pressure being applied. The harder you press, the thicker the line will be. It is also highly responsive with no lagging. This product can be used on iPad Pro.
Adobe Ink and Slide:
A Creative Cloud pen and Digital Ruler, the Adobe Ink is a fine-tip pressure-sensitive pen to help give the user greater creative control. This is combined with a Slide that is used to make straight lines. They can be used with most types of iPads including iPad 4+, iPad Air 1, iPad Mini or iPad Mini with Retina Display. It is covered with al aluminum shell that enhances the pen’s fell when held.
A more natural approach to tablet pens, the FiftyThree Pencil also uses surface pressure, erasing and blending to creative realistic drawings. The tip can be used pointed or angled depending on the thickness needed. The back of the pencil is used as an eraser. Also, if you choose to rest your palm on the tablet, it will automatically recognize that it’s your palm and not allow for the drawing to be ruined. This product can be used on the Ipad and iPhone.
Cosmonaut by Studio Neat:
This particular stylus is made to feel like a dry erase marker. It has a wide grip, fast, simple and lightweight. It has a replaceable tip and rubberized exterior to enhance the grip of the user. This product can be used on an iPad.
Bamboo Duo by Wacom:
This is a 2 in one pen that can be used both on the tablet and paper. One side can be used on the electronic side and when flipped can be used on paper. It is available in different colors and can be used for both taking notes and sketching.
Adonit Jot and Joint Script:
All the styli under this company can be used for precision and free flow drawings. They all also have palm rejection options and can be combined with Creative Cloud by Adobe to create on Adobe software.
Sensu Artist Brush and Stylus:
Again with 2 sides, this pen has taken the artist experience to a different level. One side is a stylus while the other is an actual brush that can be recognized by applying pressure on the tablet. This product can be used for all sorts of tablets under iOS, Android and Windows.
Notier V2 by Musemee:
This pen comes with a rubber end to enhance the pressure applying by the user. It also works with precision and accuracy. The pen can be used at different angled to created variations of thickness of lines. This product comes in a variety of colors and can be used with iOS and Android tablets.
TruGlide Pro by Lynctek:
This stylus comes with a point fiber tip that can also be used for nature, precise drawings. It has an interchangeable tip that can be changed to a digital paintbrush accessory with ease. This product can also be used for all touch screens.
The Dot Pen can also be used on all touch screens by iOS, Android and Windows. It comes with a rubberized shell and protective cap pretty much like a real pen. It can be used with any app and device, and also works with immense precision.
The 11th and last pen is actually a bonus pen that can be used on paper but is a brilliant addition to the drawing pen family.
he world’s first 3D pen has the capacity of creating 3d drawings which means you can literally draw on air. It extrudes a heated plastic filament (pretty much like a glue gun) that cools instantly into a solid, stable structure. This can be used to make architectural structures, decorations, jewelry and any type of 3D drawing the user has in mind. It has ultimately paved an innovative way of thinking and creating drawings.
As you can see, there are so many options to choose from. May the best pen gain your approval!