l0k1 posted a picture of this t-shirt in the NetSketch forums yesterday – made from a NetSketch drawing by another artist. Pretty cool! It’s nice to see stuff like this get put to use – I wasn’t sure anybody was actually using the “Download to Illustrator” option on the site. Seeing stuff like this really makes it worth going the extra mile for features like that. The shirt looks great!

iArtMobile went live earlier this week and it looks pretty cool. There’s a gallery where you can view artwork created on the iPhone. I’m a bit biased, but I think the NetSketch stuff looks the best :-)

I discovered another drawing app, Brushes, while I was looking at iArtMobile. I downloaded it and played around – and I think it’s the strongest pixel-based drawing app I’ve seen. It’s ridiculously fast and does textured brushes – something that a lot of people have been asking for in NetSketch. Of course, the tradeoff is that the drawing is only 320×480 and, although you can zoom, you can’t draw in any more detail once you zoom in. Oh well… It looks like they built a custom UIScrollView similar to the one in NetSketch, so the pan/zoom gestures are familiar! It’d be nice if we could standardize on that. Some of the other apps – like No.2. use some truly bizarre controls.