You´re so bombarded with info and stuff to do from every direction that you’re totally out of bandwidth. The good news is that you don’t have to feel so overwhelmed. You can be crazy productive, and that phone in your pocket is going to be a key part of the solution.
Get your inspiration on at the STAND OUT Tour 2016 – a series of photographic forums initiated by Phase One wbere you can learn from professionals and learn more about Wacom products for creative professionals in photography.
With over a decade of experience working with Wacom technology, the Intuos Pro has become an integral part of Tigz Rice entire workflow. Setting the industry standard for detail, precision and efficiency in re-touching, here’s an insight into how the Intuos Pro plays a vital role in her post-production workflow.
Interview with Ladislas Chachignot
As artists, we all have the goal to create images with a strong visual impact and atmosphere that reflects our own personal style. To achieve this goal, we look for the right influences and tools that help us get there.
Wacom teamed with Big Gus this year at The Biggest Tattoo Show on Earth and chronicled a nightmare tattoo fix from start to finish, including his stop at the Cintiq Companion 2, where he worked with his client to view an accurate mockup and ensure he'd love his repaired shoulder piece.
Many people have a hard time inking digitally, so here is a quick introduction to digital inking by the talented and lovely Mikiko Ponczeck. Mikiko will be taking us through how to get steady lines, and some digital things that help make inking a little easier to manage.
The image of an artist starting her next piece with a favorite retractable pencil or ‘fineliner’ ink pen and (equally important) the exact right notebook with paper that’s both smooth, and offers the precise amount of resistance for that exact right pen is one we’ve seen in countless novels and cafes. After the pen and paper sketches, comes the watercolors, paints and/or felt tips, whether digital or traditional.
The Cintiq Companion isn't just a graphics tablet, it's a computer for professionals.
The Intuos Comic pairs hardware and software to help you pair words and pictures. That's the basis of sequential art, after all, and the new Intuos tablet with Celsys' Clip Studio Paint software provides you with the tools you need to tell your comic book, manga or graphic novel story.
Ready for your smartphone to take some of the class load off your shoulders? Bamboo Spark is a pen and paper notebook that saves all of your notes and equations digitally as you write them. After you’ve taken your notes or worked through your math equations, they’re available on your smartphone. From there you can add them to your OneNote Class Notebook, or Google Classroom, or for written notes, turn them in plain text and add them to a Word doc.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but these days people count on animated GIFs to convey an additional dimension of emotion on social media.Illustrators needn\'t worry about getting lost in the GIF shuffle, though. It\'s easy to make your own using your original artwork.