Gervisuals: “Making-of” with Wacom.

"I can't help it. No day goes by without me drawing" says Germán Benito a.k.a. @gervisuals in instagram As a child, he started copying Disney drawings. And he hasn't stopped. He was good at it and, above all, he liked it. The next step was to join a drawing academy in Logroño, where he spent afternoons and evenings learning the traditional techniques over 11 years. Lets see some of his impressive ...

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Wacom Deep Dive with Danar Worya

Once again, we take you to the inner mind of one of the concept artists of the game of the moment: "Tha Last Of Us II" Find out where their creativity comes from and how they work with Wacom.   1-Thanks for having us. We love your work, tell us a little bit about your development and studies. Hi, I am Danar Worya and I am a concept artist in the entertaintment industry. ...

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How to Support Struggling Learners with Online Lessons

How to Support Struggling Learners with Online Lessons For students who generally struggle with lessons in the classroom, the rise of virtual learning can create more barriers for them to overcome. It’s a challenge to make your online lessons meet the needs of every student. ‘Struggling learner’ is a blanket term that covers so many difficulties. Some students lack access to technology or are unfamiliar with how to use it. Others have ...

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Wacom’s Deep Dive Interview with Zeen Chin

Zeen Chin is a very talented artist who masters the graphic arts in 2D and 3D. We have gathererd a series of questions in this interview so you can deep dive into his mind and have a glimpse of how his creative mind works. Enjoy!     1-Thanks for having us. We love your work, tell us a little bit about your development and studies. -I’m a self-taught artist and started my career as a 2d ...

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Teaching, learning and visual thinking with Bamboo Paper

Let's take a deep dive into the premium features of Bamboo Paper - now FREE for a limited time. Handwriting notes and sketching diagrams help us to understand and remember things as well as to freely express and explain our ideas. Even complex thoughts and concepts become easier to understand for us and others if we visualize them. It stimulates deeper learning, fosters interaction and encourages collaboration as studies show. But with ...

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The Device Your Teen Needs for Home-Based Distance Learning

Our Americas Marketing director Melissa Ashcraft has prepared this very insightful and personal experience of how Wacom One can support teens in their distance learning. Check out our Americas Blog for additional content.   Long before the stay at home orders were issued due to Covid-19, I was a freelance writer, which means that much like today, I was at home for hours and days and eons with my son. Except I ...

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How to Annotate Documents Digitally

There’s a reason the red pencil endures: it’s the most efficient way to communicate markups on a document. Trouble is, you need a printer and a red pencil if you want to truly mark up a doc. If your home office is without a printer, annotating and marking up documents with a mouse takes all of the pleasure, art, and efficiency out of the process.   Good news: you don’t need a ...

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Digital Whiteboarding: How to Brainstorm Virtually

Sure…most meetings can be an email. But there’s one type of meeting that requires face-to-face interaction: the brainstorm. While working from home, brainstorming still needs to happen. It’s a break from the tedium of PowerPoint and it’s an opportunity to give our creativity a place to expand. So what do you need to brainstorm virtually? Most video conferencing apps, including Zoom and Microsoft Teams have a whiteboarding feature. But you need ...

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Working, learning, teaching and creating with Wacom at Home

Covid-19 has put many of us in a new and unusual situation. We are challenged to adjust to changing rules and develop new habits to prevent us and others from harm. These measures are affecting our daily lives and raise many questions around work and school. Many companies encourage employees to work from home. Schools are closed, challenging teachers and students to find new ways to teach or learn from ...

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