Ever since I was a kid I loved to doodle or draw whatever I was able to create in my mind. Was I very good at it? Not really, but I did try. So some 40 years have passed and I want to learn how to draw again. I am hoping that the Wacom Intuos will let me achieve that goal.
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I have always loved collecting little pieces of art called sketch cards. I have a rather large selection of them from different artists from around the world. Will I ever be able to draw like them? No. Not even close. But if I can learn enough to start drawing some ambulances, fire trucks, hospitals, and scenes like that, I would be happy. I was a Paramedic for 24-years before turning blogger. One of the things I want to focus on now as well is learning how to draw.
While I plan to watch all the tutorials that I can and get familiar with the software, I have promised myself that I am going to figure out what I am doing. You can find this pen tablet on Best Buy today, and find out if it can spark the inner artist in you as well.
Product Specs of the Wacom Intuos:
Medium size with a
Four customizable ExpressKeys: Put your favorite shortcuts like Undo or Copy/Paste at your fingertips.
Bluetooth connectivity: Connect wirelessly with Bluetooth to your Mac or PC.
Wacom Pen 4K: Cordless, pressure-sensitive, battery-free pen with built-in pen nib compartment and nib removal tool.
4096 levels of pressure sensitivity: For control and precision when drawing, painting and photo-editing in any software program.
Includes free downloadable software: Choose two of the following: Corel Painter Essentials (drawing/painting), Corel AfterShot (photo-editing), Clip Studio Paint Pro 2-year license (comic/manga).
I am confident in myself that I will continue to get better. As I learn how to use all the features of the software that was provided with the purchase of the pen tablet I know I will be able to achieve some of my goals.
The Wacom Intuos pen tablet is something that I have wanted to use and learn about for some time now. I find as I move along the excitement to want and learn more grows, and maybe one day I will create something I won’t be scared to share with the world.
Do you like to draw? What do you draw now? If you have ever wanted to learn how to draw or edit photos what is it that you wanted to learn? I would love to know your thoughts, so be sure to share them below. ~Tom
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