Adobe first teased Project Gemini, its “next-generation drawing and painting app” last October, along with a preview of its Photoshop for the iPad app. A beta version of the app is now being released to a handful of artists on a prerelease program, and it was previewed at the MoCCA Arts Festival in New York, where I got to take a look.

While Adobe has said that Photoshop for the iPad will have features that focus on compositing workflows, Project Gemini is specifically focused on illustrating, painting, and drawing. The app’s main selling point is its Live Brushes, which are watercolor and oil paint brushes that behave like paint in real life. The brushes react to the paint that’s already on the canvas, so watercolors bloom and spread…

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