This was really good for a couple of weeks then the end simply fell apart like a Pirelli tyre on a Formula 1 car.
Where before it glided over the screen now it just sticks and leaves a black rubbery trail.
Like the Pirelli tyre, it seems all pens of this type are designed to fall apart and require the purchase of another complete pen.
Terrible for the consumer and terrible for the planet.
If the tips where replaceable like Wacom nibs are it wouldn't be so bad, but £8 for a metal tube with a bit of rubber on the end that falls apart very quickly is a scam. I made my own from conductive foam an old paintbrush and it was better than this overpriced rubbish.
I won't buy… Read more
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Written in a light and humourous style this book provides an excellent introduction to creating generative art via Processing and Object Oriented Programming. It would make a great first book for anyone wanting to learn programming from the ground up, the genertive arts focus, and the open, easy to learn nature provides the perfect framework for learning. It is in someways an up to date version of the BBC Micro, Turtle robot with a pen and the Logo programming language back I remember using at primary school back in the early 80s!
The programming side is good for artists wanting to learn programming graphics, however the arts side isn't developed enough for programmers wanting to… Read more