If you’ve ever tried to paint, draw, or retouch in an app like Photoshop using the mouse, then you know how cumbersome it can be. The drawing tablet is the long loved tool of professional image-makers allowing them to incorporate pressure, tilt, and natural hand movements into their work. Tablets though are expensive, and take some getting used to while you learn to paint here, but watch there. Tablets that allow you to paint directly on the screen are incredibly expensive — or at least they were, until now. If you own an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil, then you’re just one app away from a whole new brushing experience. The post TWiP Apps 12: Astropad; Make Your iPad Pro Astronomical appeared first on This Week in Photo.