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January 7, 2013: After some hard thought, I've decided to officially shut down this blog. I know I haven't updated it in a while, but I thought I should let you all know so you can remove it from your RSS feeds, etc.

Reason: I've decided that I need to find ways to make more time to read and create books.

I had great fun working on illustrating I'M BORED (written by Michael Ian Black, published by Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers in Sept/2012) and am now working on writing and/or illustrating new book projects. In addition to my picture book projects, I also want to get back to my novel writing.

My challenge: I want to do too many things and am currently involved in too many projects. My solution: To prioritize and cull.

You can find out what I'm working on at DebbieOhi.com or follow me on Twitter at @inkyelbows.

Thanks so much for your support and interest in my projects.

-- Debbie

Entries in pressure-sensitive (1)

Monday
Jul052010

Pressure-sensitive iPad demo from Ten One Design



Okay, I REALLY REALLY want apps that use this feature. Fingers crossed.

From Ten One Design:

This is a technical demonstration of pressure sensitivity on an Apple iPad using a Pogo Sketch. The video shows how pen pressure can be used to change the width of a line. Palm rejection capabilities are also demonstrated. For more information, visit tenonedesign.com/blog.

Please Note: The small drawing lag in the video is an issue with our demo application code, and isn't a limitation of the iPad or the pressure-sensitive library. Hope you'll forgive us for cobbling this together in a hurry!