As we mentioned last month, the plan is to create a 2017 calendar full of your images! The winning entry for each month will be featured in the calendar. For all you aspiring artists out there or simply those who doodle in their spare time, it’s a great opportunity. ALSO…
Just checking in to say a little about using the replaceable tips. We have developed the different tips to give you different experiences while using your Maglus. The one thing that is common with all the tips with the exception of the graphite tip is they all use the same method of connecting to the main Maglus body.
We’ve a guest blogger this week: say hi to talented tablet artist and teacher Paul Kercal.
Exciting things are happening in our little Maglus world. We are launching a new tip soon – a Brush Tip for all the Picasso enthusiasts out there.
We wanted to give you – the Maglus users, an insight into how the new tip works. What better way than to ask an artist to test it out! So we teamed up with Paul and offered him a sneak peak at the new product. He was happy to do so and give his feedback, which he turned into a blog post.
We think the Brush Tip is a great addition to the Maglus family – but we’re biased of course!
Have a read and see what our reviewer thinks…..
For many, this time of year means the onset of two unavoidable evils… eer, events: the end of the summer and the start of a new school year. Some of you may rejoice at the thought of stocking up on their favourite and oh-so-helpful-colourful-and-wonderful stationary, but wait!
Don’t you have a Maglus and a tablet?
We have gathered the Top 5 reasons why you should ditch your old refill pad and take your Maglus & tablet to school college (or work!) instead. Who knows – it might make going back a little more fun?
The Maglus tip assembly is one of most important elements of the Maglus stylus, and has been meticulously designed to give the you the best user experience with your tablet. It’s made to glide across the touchscreen with pinpoint precision, and be swappable with ease.