Aside from previewing the full-on Photoshop CC for iPad app at its annual MAX conference, the Photoshop maker Adobe has taken the wraps off of a brand-new tablet painting and drawing app for pro-grade work but easy enough for anyone to use.

Billed as the future of drawing and painting, the forthcoming software—dubbed Project Gemini—combines vector, raster and all-new dynamic brushes (precise, scalable vector brushes) while simulating natural media like. The app also includes a new category of live oil and watercolor brushes, supports layers, selections and masks, and lets you draw and edit non-destructively.

Project Gemini will work seamlessly with Photoshop CC and the upcoming Photoshop CC for iPad. Any piece of content you create in the app will sync instantly with Photoshop on the desktop. This will let you do things like send your PSD to Gemini and use pen and touch to create artwork and illustrations, sync and use your favorite Photoshop brushes and more.

Project Gemini is coming first to iPad some time in 2019.

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