The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. Thank you to Best Buy and Wacom for sponsoring this Digital Art post.
Have you tried your hand at digital art? With everything else going digital, why limit yourself to the “old school” pen and paper?
I am definitely no artist but I’ve started learning more about digital art recently. Our oldest daughter has decided she wants to study 2D animation in college. With art not being in my wheelhouse, I love that we can get her started in digital art here at home with the Wacom Intuos.
How to Get Started in Digital Art with Wacom Intuos
You don’t have to give up the paper and pen concept that comes natural to you. The Wacom comes with a pressure-sensitive pen to give you the ease of creating digital art. You can create thicker or thinner lines by simply adding more pressure on the pen.
The Wacom will meet your needs whether you’re drawing manga art, painting digital watercolors, or retouching pictures with 3 free creative software programs to choose from. One of which being Clip Studio Paint Pro for comic/manga drawing that you see our younger daughter drawing below.
No matter who’s using it, the Wacom Intuos is a great size. It also has a large drawing area and can be set up for both left- and right-handed use. Here are a few other awesome features:
- Four customizable ExpressKeys
Put your favorite shortcuts like Undo or Copy/Paste at your fingertips.
- 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.
- Bluetooth connectivity
Connect wirelessly with Bluetooth to your Mac or PC.
- 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 love how much fun both of our girls have been having using the Wacom Intuos for their Digital Art. And with it’s portability, they can take it anywhere. Even the couch, laying next to the dog. 😉