Adobe’s annual partner event, Adobe MAX, is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, November 4th – 6th, and Wacom is providing people with some fun, entertaining and educational ways to help celebrate digital content creation. Think of all the amazing art, designs and photographs that have been created with Adobe software and Wacom hardware. The two companies share a long history of cooperation in enabling digital creativity. Wacom’s renowned pressure-sensitive and battery-free digital pen products and Adobe’s software applications have continuously innovated and improved together, enabling countless artists and designers to realize their creative visions. It’s worthy of a celebration.
To kick things off, Wacom hosted an event with Jason Scheier who demonstrated Adobe’s new Fresco drawing software on Wacom’s latest MobileStudio Pro 16. Currently serving as art director for Alcon Animation’s first feature film, Darkmouth, Jason brings a wealth of experience, having worked for some major studios (DreamWorks Animation SKG, Warner Brothers and Walt Disney Imagineering), and as an instructor at Art Center College of Design and the Computer Graphics Masters Academy.
And, for those attending Adobe MAX at the LA Convention Center, Wacom (booth #1201) will continue to spotlight the amazing creative experience of using the new Adobe Fresco painting and drawing application on Wacom’s MobileStudio Pro 16. In addition, Wacom will demonstrate the intuitive and natural pen-centric capabilities across Creative Cloud® software applications including Photoshop®, which will be included as part of a limited-time Photography Plan bundle with select Wacom professional products during the 2019 Holiday season.