Today I've managed to get my hands on the Cintiq Pro 24 and 32. Let's start with a quick overview of what these two tablets do. The Cintiq Pro is a top of the range display tablet primarily used for drawing, painting, animation and 3D work. That said you can also use it for video and audio production. The Cintiq Pro supports multitouch and includes a pressure sensitive pen which you can use to draw directly on to the screen. It can be connected to a desktop or a laptop computer, and it supports both OSX and Windows.
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I was shorter than the average as a kid, but my Mother would assure me that beautiful things came in small packages! Let's see if that's true of Wacom's Intuos Pro Small.
The Intuos Pro Medium and Large were released last year and ever since their release, there has been a hole in Wacom's Intuos lineup. Prior to its release, if you wanted a smaller drawing tablet, then you had to go with the non-pro version that doesn't have all the whistles and bells such as touch gestures and wireless capability, via Bluetooth.
So what is the smaller version of the Intuos Pro?
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For Adobe, it was a real turning point, bringing Photoshop to the iPad, and it unlocked a lot of innovation that seems to kick have started the thought process that begged the question for Adobe - what more can we do to accelerate painting and drawing workflows? That question took them to consider a process that underlies everything that you and I do as creative people. For me, it's what initially sparked my love for creativity - drawing.Read More Sign Up
Imagine an iPad Pro and a Kindle meet in a bar, they enjoy a few drinks, they get along, and an inevitable night of unbridled passion ensues - what would their baby look like?
Congratulations, mum, you've given birth to a healthy 350g ReMarkable Tablet.
We all want the best for our kids, but is this newborn destined to be pretty unReMarkable in the eyes of the aspiring pencil artist, or will you cut off your left ear to get your hands on one?Read More Sign Up
If you’re an artist, designer or illustrator looking for a new tablet PC in 2019 then there are quite a few options out there for you to consider. Luckily here at SmartArt we’ve had a look at some of the best out there and produce this comprehensive review for you weighing up price, size, screen resolution and even stylus pressure sensitivity which we know can make a huge difference!Read More Sign Up
The long is wait over – the surface studio 2 is finally available on sale in the UK. Announced last October as part of the expanded Surface family from Microsoft, the ‘iMac you can draw on’ delivers greater performance to your creative apps, making it an interesting all-in-one option for artists and designers looking for a sweet spot between tablet and desktop.Read More Sign Up
Procreate the famous drawing and painting App for the iPad was the top selling iPad app for 2018 according to Apple’s Best of 2018 campaign. Procreate is one of the most highly regarded art apps and is exclusive to the iPad, though a cut-down version – Procreate Pocket is available for the iPhone too – for all your mobile drawings!Read More Sign Up
Lenovo has just released a new computer aimed for artists and designers – the Yoga A940. And its pretty cool! It has a very unique design compared to normal desktops and all-in-ones and has a screen which you can pull down into a drafting-table-like position and half a base. This is a great all-in-one for any artist or designer check out our review! :)Read More Sign Up
Hi Guys and Gals, hope you are good, hope you are all enjoying creating digital art and getting your inspiration flowing. Welcome to this review of the ISKN Slate 2 which is a digitizing art product which we here at SmartArt think is fab and a real must for artists looking to bridge the gap between traditional drawing and digital art.
Here at SmartArt we have taken a good look at this product and given it to a few of our artists to have a play and see what they think – we have thus produced this review detailing what the best things are about this revolutionary product and what we like most about it to the few limitations we found with it as well. Read on and see why the ISKN slate is a great product to have for any digital artist that still loves paper :)Read More Sign Up
Whether you’re a doodler or a proficient note taker to a great artist there are many styli out there ready to empower you to create magic. Here at SmartArt we look at some of the best out there and give you a good review of each so you can choose the best one that suits you!
The market for smart pens and pencils is now bursting with many viable options and digital art is coming alive with each stroke!
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