Bleank updates Black Ink

Bleank has updated Black Ink, its innovative GPU-based digital painting application, adding new selection tools.

Released publicly a couple of years ago, and still in beta, Black Ink quickly built up a buzz because of its highly customizable approach to digital painting, including the power to create new brushes using a node graph.

However, the software lacked features that many users familiar with applications like Photoshop expected: features that Bleank has since been gradually adding in.

The last update added new layer operations and a Transform Editor; the latest adds rectangular and ellipse selection tools, with the standard Boolean-type options and keyboard shortcuts.

Black Ink is available for Windows and Mac OS X at a beta price of $44.99/€44.99. It’s also currently on sale on Steam.

Read more about Black Ink on Bleank’s website

Main image created by Thirdplan.

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Jim Thacker is a contributing editor for ArtStation Magazine.