The process of making art just feels creative. Whether you’re working on paper or a digital pad, your hand moves in smooth, flowing lines.
By comparison, the act of editing involves repetition that induces carpal tunnel in the worst-case scenario and boredom at the very least. As soon as you import that art into your photo editing software, you’re in for a slog of keyboard clicks and mouse drags as you tweak your gradients and switch through filters.
Now there’s a better way. TourBox is a special controller built just for photo and video editing, and it lets you hop through brush sizes and other functions with a flick of the wrist. With knobs, scrollers and switches all tuned to the particular menus of the software, you can create with one hand and edit with the other. It’s compatible with Photoshop, lllustrator, Clip Studio Paint, and all the leading photo or video editing platforms, and you can even use it while editing audio.
Macworld readers can get their own TourBox for 11% off the MSRP today.
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