Jot Touch and Procreate Update

The new update to Procreate for iPad really has improved the support for the Jot Touch. Where before there only seemed to be “light” and “heavy” pressure, there’s now a more clear “middle” pressure that I was hoping for. The only issue I found is that now a “light” touch sometimes produces a couple of dots at the beginning of a stoke, as seen in some of the above examples. Also, sometimes a light slow touch switches to the eyedropper more often accidentally compared to the previous update. Still, this is a fantastic improvement and makes me even more excited about what’s to come. This proves that the Jot Touch is definitely a contender to be a vital pro tool, depending on the developers desire to fully utilize its capabilities.

The new update to Procreate for iPad really has improved the support for the Jot Touch. Where before there only seemed to be “light” and “heavy” pressure, there’s now a more clear “middle” pressure that I was hoping for. The only issue I found is that now a “light” touch sometimes produces a couple of dots at the beginning of a stoke, as seen in some of the above examples. Also, sometimes a light slow touch switches to the eyedropper more often accidentally compared to the previous update. Still, this is a fantastic improvement and makes me even more excited about what’s to come. This proves that the Jot Touch is definitely a contender to be a vital pro tool, depending on the developers desire to fully utilize its capabilities.