Category: Product Reviews
You guys know I love the whole line of Wacom products… but here is a video demonstrating why I love it. I start out with a blank canvas… and then make one random mark on it and then like a jazz musician, I let the image emerge. The ability to freehand draw but also have the ability to warp, change, distort and add other elements makes me feel like there are no limits. So I am know back to feeling like when I was a kid and had a bunch of crayons and no limits… it really is a tool that breaks down barriers to creativity… oh and it will make you faster too… but that is just a bonus! I am not getting paid by Wacom to say this, but I think these are some of the greatest devices out on the market for helping you do things better and faster. I hope you enjoy this… just a random journey through my brain and out onto the Cintiq 22HD.Read More →
Well I was fortunate enough to get my hands on an early one of these to play around with and I am loving it, so instead of just doing an unboxing, I thought I would use this video to show how to hook up and get started using a Cintiq. From cables to touch capabilities I give you a little quick start guide to get you up and running with this great piece of hardware faster.
If you are like me and are constantly searching for stock imagery, or have never bought a single image… this may be helpful for you. Being able to download a plug-in for your desktop and knowing how to use it can save you time and frustration, and help you to get back to creating faster. Now, I know there are lots of stock imagery sites out there and I am not trying to say this is the only stock site I use… however, I use Fotolia.com all the time and they strive to help us out, so I am not ashamed to give them a little love and hopefully help you at the same time. So take their plug-in for a spin if you want… but even if you use another stock site, some of the same tips apply there as well.Read More →
Hey folks! Matt Kloskowski here and I wanted to share a review that I wrote today. I’ve been wanting to try out Tiffen’s Dfx V3 Lightroom and Photoshop plug-in for a while now. So I installed it a few weeks ago and started diving in. I’ve gotta tell ya up front. I’m a total onOne…Read More →