Wacom Presents: The Heartists (part 2)

This spring Maya and Yehuda Devir, creators of the popular webcomics One of Those Days, released a new YouTube mini-series called The Heartists, made in collaboration with Wacom and Deviant Art. Over the years, Wacom has cultivated a strong friendship with the Devirs, who has hosted multiple online Q&A and keynote speech sessions as part of Wacom's Comic Week and ConnectedInk events. Given their history, the collaboration between the two ...

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Wacom presents: The Heartists (part 1)

Whether you are a lifelong comic fan or just someone who enjoys scrolling through social media once in a while, I can assure you that you have stumbled across at least one of Maya and Yehuda Devir’s humorous illustrations. The couple’s beloved one-panel webcomics, which perfectly depict the highs and lows of married life and having a family while juggling a career, truly encapsulate the concept of “write what you ...

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11 Reasons why you should start your digital art journey

Once I began my digital art adventure I instantly fell in love. These are just some of the reasons why I believe every artist, beginner or professional, should start making digital art. The digital painting consists of creating artwork directly on a computer using painting software and a tablet. The process of entering the digital space may seem daunting, and coming from a traditional art background myself, I definitely felt a ...

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Jellyfish: working in a virtual world since 2015

Jellyfish started as a two-man band back in 2001, and since then has grown into one of the most respected visual effects and animation studios in the world. Jellyfish's new completely virtual studio  They now employ over 300 artists across five UK studios and offer remote working around the globe. They are as dedicated as ever to creating stunning moving pictures. VFX credits include blockbuster movies such as Lucas Films’ Star ...

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Wacom’s Deep Dive with Carlos Villareal in Barcelona, Spain.

Hola Carlos! Gracias por tu tiempo.Thank you for your time and for sharing your experience with our community. Let's jump right into it: Carlo's latest creation 1-Thanks for having us. We love your work, tell us a little bit about your development and studies. Hi! Thank you very much! I am very honoured to participate in this interview My name is Carlos, I’m old (but not that much), I graduate in graphic design in ...

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Foundry: How the Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 pairs perfectly with post-production workflows including Katana, Nuke and Mari

This blog post was written by Elise Testa, Foundry It’s an all-too-common scene amongst artists, particularly in the visual effects space: technical friction, round-tripping between packages and stifled creativity through unintuitive and convoluted workflows. Numerous iterations are typically fuelled by a lack of visibility over the ‘ground truth’ image. Teams work in silos, and not in context of the final render. Yet the Cintiq Pro 24pen display from Wacom provides a way ...

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A Veterinarian approach to Wacom’s tablets

We met Anna during a trip to Indonesia. She was in our hostal taking care of an eagle. We talk about many things in life and we were amazed by her stories and knowledge. Besides being an incredible passionate human being for animal's health, she also happend to be an outstanding artist and talented photographer: This is where the Wacom team got more interested in her stories. Back in Europe, we ...

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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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