Tag Archives: graphics tablet
The Wacom Intuos4 is a killer graphics tablet and highly recommended if you work with graphics software. For this review I am referring to the Wacom Intuos4 Medium Pen Tablet, however there are also the Large and Small models available. … Continue reading
The “Oblong Ogre” is my most recent entry for the weekly Monster Monday monster art sketchblog.
Monkey Bat at Monster Monday
Green Goblin at Monster Monday
Cartoon drawing of a blue devil/demon I drew up for Monster Monday.
Wacom has a new online service and free companion software tool download called Bamboo Dock. The apps available so far are basic — a drawing/doodling app, a map you can draw on and a handwriting recognition app. The others I … Continue reading
Another drawing for the Monster Monday group sketchblog. Further exploration with Photoshop painting techniques. I felt that I made some small breakthroughs with this one.
Another cartoon drawing for the Monster Monday group sketchblog. Further experiments with painting in Photoshop using the Wacom Intuos3 graphics tablet.
Yeah, I know – it looks kinda weird. And what is the SmudgeGuard exactly? As you can see from the product shot, it’s kind of a glove – one that only covers the pinky finger and the meaty area of … Continue reading
This cartoon character drawing was created for a friend’s upcoming party, which will also be doubling as a U.S. wedding reception for our friend Setty, who just got married over in India. Setty is obsessed with the drinking dice game … Continue reading
I recently had the opportunity to try out a Wacom Bamboo graphics tablet, having purchased one for my Dad this holiday season. Dad is not a graphics guy by any means, but I use my Wacom tablets for so much … Continue reading
This puppy dog cartoon character illustration was created a mascot/logo for a recent client. His nickname is “News Hound”, hence the word “Press” on his dog collar name tag. The pup went through quite a few rounds of sketches, even … Continue reading
In some previous posts, I rambled on about the ability to scroll, one-handed, using the Wacom software, and a shareware alternative, Smart Scroll X. I also touched on this a bit in my Wacom Intuos graphics tablets review. I am … Continue reading