(NOTE: If you want to see the Wacom tablet demo start @ 9:40.)
I have been wanting to get this for a long time. I wasn’t so sure when but I have been eyeing on one of these tablet. And finally I am so excited to tell you that I got one!
Lately, I have met this Digital Artist name Mike Meth in YouTube. He works for Wacom and also works as a Digital Artist Teacher. I have just shared one of his YouTube video saying, I have been inspired by it. And then we just started talking. This is the beauty of social media, I get to meet all kinds of professional people in my industry and connect. And, I like to experiment on my new toy.
I have been wanting to get back on painting again. Perhaps not on the real canvas but on digital media. Real paint can be messy in real life. But the Wacom tablet will take me to the next level on my journey in the Graphic Arts world and the Interactive media per se.
Anyway, I’m not going to waste your time reading my post today. But I’m going to keep this short and sweet so you can watch my video, the latest news and my demonstartion on how to use the Wacom tablet for painting. So have fun in this video…
After 3-days trying to get the feel of this, here’s my first attempt on real drawing and painting. I don’t mind being a copycat right now because I am just praticing my related space and shape. This is going to take a while getting used to it. This video is 8x faster. Done in Photoshop. Artwork is unfinished.