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Find out why London-based illustrator Patrick Vale, creator of the 'Empire State of Pen' artwork, believes that the Galaxy Note 10.1 is a fantastic addition to the creative process.
To prove his point, he has hit the streets of London with nothing but a Galaxy Note 10.1 and his creative impulses. Take a look at the amazing results and see how it stood up to a cold and rainy day. First stop, one of the UK’s brightest attractions.
9.36AM – Rush hour
in Piccadilly Circus
It is superb and, to be honest, noticeably better than other devices.
1.58PM – A stroll across Waterloo Bridge
The S Pen feels and draws just like a normal pen.
The S Pen features 1024 pressure points and is ideal for his creative work, with Patrick claiming that the S Pen feels and draws just like a normal pen. "What is also really nice, and better than other stylus pens, is the minimal gap between the tip and your on-screen drawing; some [stylus pens] are too far away." Patrick captures the famous view from Waterloo Bridge by drawing it in sections and then joining his canvasses together in Photoshop Touch. This way, he was able to zoom in, capture all the detail and finally merge together a finished piece of artwork. And by photographing the scene he is able to add further detail to his work later using Multiscreen.
"I am quite blown away by the capabilities of S Note. When paired with the S Pen, it is amazingly accurate. It is superb and, to be honest, noticeably better than other devices."
If you are interested in taking a closer look at the incredible illustrations that Pat created on the day using the Galaxy Note 10.1, simply visit our Art of Note Facebook gallery.
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