For generative artists, Black Ink can change how they can approach their art at a core level through:
Customized Brushes. The ability to imagine brushes at every level takes away the bonds most generative artists are shackled with today. Every brush created can also be paired with Black Ink’s other functions, such as gradients and image-based color, to increase the amount of options a creator has at their disposal.
GPU-Driven. Black Ink’s speed is driven by the GPU, enabling artists to work at 10K with no lag. High performance is matched with simplicity through a simple user interface that always keeps the user focused on the art, not the program.
Community. Built for artists of all skills levels, Black Ink is also a place where artists can collaborate. Along with the beta comes a new community forum that will promote the sharing of brushes and brush parts in progress. Users can discuss, give tips and critique each other’s work as they strive for something different.
The Black Ink beta is currently available on Windows PCs with Mac OS planned for the future. The discount beta is priced at $44.99 and is accessible both through Bleank’s website and Steam.