HAVE PURCHASED REBELLO, as I can't test it out without the full version, ability to save and so forth. As there are the 30 days money back guarantee, I find this the best way to test if this is a program that will stay or not.
When trying out Rebelle yesterday, I ran into trouble with hanging among others. Today I found out that at least one person is working with Rebelle and MobileStudio without problems. Got an answer from him just a short time ago, and he wrote that size of 12000 x 8000 pixels was too much, and most likely why Rebelle was hanging when I tried the demo version.
So my question now, in addition to the two above, is how large painting file i can have based upon the drawing tool I use, which is Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16" Tablet (MobileStudio is Wacom's combination of drawing board and computer):
• Intel® CoreTM i7
• 512GB SSD HD
• 16GB DDR3 RAM
• NVIDIA® Quadro® M1000M graphics with 4GB GDDR5 VRAM
• Windows 10 Proac
• Wacom Pro Pen 2
So what is the largest file I can work with (in pixels size) - and is 12000 by 8000 pixels to large? Remember I normally work with files in Corel Painter that got a widt of 14000.