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40+ Tutorials for Working with Wacom Tablets

40+ Tutorials for Working with Wacom Tablets
Wacom tablets allow graphic designers to extend their abilities. If you’re like me and you’re interested in learning more about working with Wacom tablets, there are plenty of tutorials available. This post features more than 40 such tutorials, including a number of video tutorials. Some deal with the basics of Wacom tablets and getting them setup correctly, while others demonstrate more advanced usage. Additionally, some of the tutorials could be completed without a tablet, but the author uses one for at least portions of the tutorial. Video Series by Richard Bazley: Richard Bazley has done an excellent five-part series of video tutorials for working with a wacom tablet. Tutorials from Roberto Campus: Roberto Campus provides a number of useful articles and tutorials for Wacom users. Choosing the Right Wacom Tablet If you’re considering purchasing a Wacom, this is a great article to read. Creating the “Mad Scientist” Trading Card Illustration Painting a Digital Portrait Photo Retouching

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