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Wacom Digital Airbrush Pen for Wacom Intuos3 Series and Older Generation Cintiq21UX Tablets
A hardware interface for you to draw on a digital canvas, the Wacom Tablet range is available in many sizes and with a range of features. The features vary from tablet to tablet. The drawing pens are also available in different shapes so you can get one separately that fits your hand better. Amazing pressure and angle sensing allow for good translation of your strokes from the tablet to the screen, opening up a whole new arena of options for your work. Even aids in increasing efficiency of workflow when editing images.
Sensitivity systems are exceptional
Improves editing time
Takes some getting used to
Could misplace drawing pen/stylus
Can be costly
In the age of digital media drawing out landscapes and characters is a regular part of the art sphere now. There was a time when not many artists undertook a digital side of drawing or painting, but now there are so many who are brilliant at it. With a host of them using a Wacom Tablet, the basic digital drawing tool used to interface with a virtual canvas on Photoshop, Illustrator or any other host of programs designed for the new age artist.
Wacom Tablets set the bar for being some of the best available drawing tablets. Not just used by artists but also a lot of photographers to retouch images in large amounts, as doing that with a mouse would take more time. The stylus improved the process with it being a lot more precise, as we are more used to taking a pencil to more specific regions than a mouse. The Wacom Tablets also have other buttons and jog wheels alongside the open drawing space, to add another layer of efficiency and flow to ones work. Not having to use a mouse to change settings inside the computer allows for a more hands-on based hardware interaction, with the machine making for a quicker response overall. Incorporating more hi-tech systems and coding these tablets can sense the variations between 1000s of levels of pressure and mould your line according to that and the angles, this sounds like a simplification but in application, this is a beautiful step for technology.
Available in varied sizes depending on your specific needs and of course budget, the smaller ones being more portable along with your laptop. There are also different shapes available in the pen/stylus and what you choose is a matter of what sets better in your hand; aiding your work process. Most used to connect through a USB port but now there is also the option of connecting through Bluetooth making it easier for you to set where you sit and work. This gives you leeway to be more free, you could sit on the sofa at a distance and be using your TV to work on.
Not to be left behind, Wacom has also developed tablets that are similar to touchscreen tablets, the drawing is done straight onto the screen so you are not interfacing with a laptop. A unit that is complete with a screen, processor and drawing surface. Of course, these versions are a lot more costly to the simple drawing tablets.
One thing that an artist needs to get used to is the way the stylus glides over the surface of all these tablets it can be a bit annoying to begin with. There are stickers for the drawing surface that add texture akin to a paper so you have some frictional resistance but still it takes some getting used to. Wacom has also thought about this and introduced a version that you can clip a paper onto and draw, the sensors below transfer the image onto the computer for you to play around with digitally. This range is called the Wacom Intuos Pro Paper. All this takes some getting used to and when you really start to feel the art form you will realise how much more this can open up to you, from just basic graphic design to character design for complex games and movies.