For graphic designers, a pen represents the most natural way to express creative concepts and combines the advantages of quick, hand-drawn sketches with the benefits of a digital workflow.
For graphic designers, a pen represents the most natural way to express creative concepts and combines the advantages of quick, hand-drawn sketches with the benefits of a digital workflow. Designers can sketch digital concepts using a pen tablet or interactive pen display with nearly the same natural and intuitive experience as pen on paper. Working digitally, you can eliminate paper scanning, create layers over images, easily share projects digitally with others, and quickly experiment with ideas knowing that you can always undo or erase instantly.
Using a Wacom pen with creative applications like Adobe® Photoshop®, Autodesk® Sketchbook® Pro™, or Corel® Painter™ allows you to take advantage of shortcuts and navigational aids to work faster and easier. Couple this with the benefit of natural hand-eye coordination and pressure-sensitive pen control to create visual effects with just a few brush strokes that may not even be possible with 100 mouse clicks.
Nancy Stahl's Intuos4 professional pen tablet is key to her workflow, as it gives her the feel of working with traditional fine art tools like brushes, markers, pens and pencils combined with the benefits of an all-digital workflow.
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