As I stated in my first blog on these iPad Apps I am trying each and showing my progress as I learn more. These trials are in order of my learning and with each I learned something new.
There is an area to customize your method of working and pressure is within these boundaries. I haven't gone that far, yet.
There are several different shapes of brush and you can resize everything. I found I used only one, the round one. There are also, curved, oval, slanted line, and a dotted one that appears to be stripes as you swipe it. And, there is an eraser in any size you want.
Another of the painting methods used here is a loaded or naturalistic brush. In other word your brush stroke will run out and you have to lift a finger to reload and continue. It works quickly so there is no delay but it is something to either turn off or remember. Many of the tools can be turned off or on.
Multiple tapping when you are working fast or having your wrist touch by accident, makes the picture move, growing larger or partially sliding away. However, there is a circle with directional arrows at the top and you can tap the circle and it comes right back.
This last painting is also taken from my sketchbook with more experimenting. Since you are able to enlarge and minimize I enlarged the hibiscus at the top to add the feathering yellow dots on the pink stamen.
This painting needs more contrast, but I left each as it came off the iPad.
The only problem I have with this App is that there are not layers. If you create a background and then make a mistake on it, and need to erase, it leaves a white hole. To alleviate this the App suggests making copies as you go along so you don't have to start over.
I do like this Inspire Pro Application very much and know there is a lot more I can learn with it.