Software Only announces exclusive distribution of Nomad Brush in Australia

Macworld Australia Staff
20 December, 2011
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Sydney, Australia (December 20, 2011) — Software Only is pleased to announce the exclusive distribution of Nomad Brush in Australia. Nomad Brush is a unique paintbrush for digital artists of all backgrounds, offering freedom to create fluid brushstrokes that are effortless and immediate.

Each brush is carefully handcrafted, featuring soft, flexible bristles made from a blend of natural and conductive fibers. This simple and elegant design delivers instant feedback to the artist, making it a perfect tool for drawing and painting on the iPad or any capacitive touchpad device.

Since the initial release of the Nomad Brush for iPad, the company has further iterated on the design, offering up short-tip versions for detail work, a miniature stylus for iPhone painting, a dual-tip brush for painting and navigating, and a chunkier smaller version for kids.

About Software Only

Software Only is s a specialist importer/distributor of software and hardware for Macintosh and Windows Computers. The company sources best of breed products, which offer superior performance and ease of use at the best prices and supply to resellers across the country. Software Only is headquartered in Sydney, Australia. For more information visit www.software-only.com.au

About Nomad Brush

Founded in 2011 and based in Portland, Ore., Nomad Brush invented the first paintbrush stylus for digital screens. The company is dedicated to inspiring and facilitating artists to create in their daily lives, wherever they are, with brushes for both large and small touchscreen devices, such as the iPad and iPhone. Nomad Brush is active in the art community by hosting, sponsoring and facilitating digital painting and design competitions and workshops. More information on Nomad Brush is online at www.NomadBrush.com.

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