Wacom Intuos4

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by TornadoShaun » Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:47 pm

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by TornadoShaun » Wed Nov 17, 2010 1:52 pm

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PostRe: Wacom Intuos4
by Zombitedesade » Sat Nov 20, 2010 12:59 pm

Nice stuff shuan, keep it up. The tablet your using, does it allow drawing straight onto the screen like the more expensive wacom tabs or is it a more traditional input device via a standard monitor?

Whilst it has it's limitations, I actually use my iPad with sketch book pro for digital art work now and after some getting used to, I have found the results pretty good. It obviously lacks presaure sensitive abilities as it will only detect one kind of input, but with some practice and constant changing of brush size and types you can indeed get some nice fine details out of the iPad. I use a stylus (though some of the best are sadly not available in this country), still a £4.99 iPhone Pen from HMV more than suffices currently. I need to do more really, got lazy and just haven't bothered doing any art stuff in a while.
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PostRe: Wacom Intuos4
by TornadoShaun » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:25 pm

The Wacom is pressure sensitive so it really as as close to using real materials as you can get (without actually using them of course). I p actualersonally think it has advantages over using real materials. I have a wacom hooked up to a laptop and draw on the wacom while looking at the laptop screen. It's difficult at first but you soon get used to it and there are models available where you can see you're art on the pen tablet (though they are quite expensive).

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PostRe: Wacom Intuos4
by Joer » Sat Dec 04, 2010 12:10 am

Just seen this thread for the first time, awesome drawings! :D
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PostRe: Wacom Intuos4
by Yoshimi » Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:18 pm

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PostRe: Wacom Intuos4
by Dolph Wiggler » Sat Apr 02, 2011 12:26 am

TornadoShaun wrote:The Wacom is pressure sensitive so it really as as close to using real materials as you can get (without actually using them of course). I p actualersonally think it has advantages over using real materials. I have a wacom hooked up to a laptop and draw on the wacom while looking at the laptop screen. It's difficult at first but you soon get used to it and there are models available where you can see you're art on the pen tablet (though they are quite expensive).

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Wow, that's an amazing drawing. Nice work.
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PostRe: Wacom Intuos4
by TornadoShaun » Sun Apr 03, 2011 1:19 am

Thanks, didn't realise this thread was still going :D I haven't done any new drawings in quite a while, might have to get the Wacom out again soon.
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