Paper and Pen Reimagined with Wizer and Wacom

How do you put pen to paper in the digital age? Wacom and Wizer’s exciting partnership shows busy educators how to do just that. If you’re a teacher, you spend plenty of your time making worksheets. Wizer is an online worksheet builder with a difference. It lets you create interactive, differentiated resources, in an instant. Better yet, use your Wacom device to handwrite and draw directly on the screen with digital ...

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Now your new Wacom Intuos Pro comes with Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects

    Pairing Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects with an Intuos Pro allows users greater efficiency. The creative artist can take advantage of efficiency features like express keys, intuitive navigation, and precision asset manipulation. When paired with an Intuos Pro, an artist always knows where their cursor is, even while jumping between multiple displays. Adobe® Premiere® Pro is a professional video editing app offering robust native file format support, editing efficiency, ...

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7 Blender tricks with Dev. Pablo Dobarro

For those who don't know Blender, it is an amazing software that allows you to design anything in 3D. It is in constant development and there are a lot of code writers, developers and designers working on it to offer the best features to you! But the best part is that it's completely FREE! In this article we will share some of the best tips and tricks from one of the ...

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Futuristic PUMA RS-2K sneakers commercial

In August, our friends from Kyiv based production Seek Studio released the video of a new RS-2K sneakers by PUMA, hosting Nadiia Dorofeieva as the brand ambassador. Puma RS2K from Olga Babych on Vimeo. The video shows a pair of futuristic sneakers falling into Nadiia’s hands changing not only her room, but the entire life. The shooting happened on July 23, and it took a little more than one month to set the project ...

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The right inspiration for Online teaching, from the right person: a feature from Sal Khan

We have found an interesting example on the web about Online teaching and we want to share this with you: With more than 5.6 Mio. followers on his YouTube channel, Sal Khan is a pioneer of the Online teaching techniques with many people supporting his incredible work. From recording videos in his closet, to having one of the most amazing programs for education with the support of Google, Bill Gates and even ...

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Manga meets the New Wacom One ✨

  Our most affordable display so far has not been off the radar for some of the major digital artists out there. Let us take you into the views of people whom we trust and look up to, and remember... creativity is the key to explore new and unexplored worlds. Go and get it! One of our favourite manga artists is: Sabrina Bouchami. , she is super talented and an avis creator of Digital and ...

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Why is Relicts one of the best horror short films in the world?

Hi end creations, excellent textures, spot-on composition, submersive atmospheres, hyper-realistic sceneries, great rendering, obsesive atenttion to details, and the list could go on, and on... Take a look at some of the work it takes to create a high-end short film like this:   "Relicts" is a 3D animated horror short film, a dark story set in a remote village lost somewhere deep in snowbound woods. It follows a day of a ...

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We met Doaly at MCM Comic Con 2019… this is his work

Doaly is a UK based graphic designer and digital illustrator with a passion for story telling. His work is characterised by his conceptual approach to illustration and his ability to adapt his style to the most sympathetic to the subject matter.     Over the years he has created artwork for a wide range of clients including the BBC, Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucas Film, Warner Bros, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Wired and ...

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The adventure travelogue of Taiwan 300 years ago

Yuan-Pin Yu – an artist behind the scenes

300 years ago Yu Yonghe, a Chinese secretarial officer, visited Taiwan to mine sulfur. Nothing special you might think, right? Had he not written an exciting travel journal, we probably would not know anything about his journeys. Just ask yourselves:   So how come this travel journal "Pihai Jiyou" is known today as the Small Sea Travel Diaries and ended up in an award winning book? The adventure travelogue of Taiwan 300 years ...

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A never-ending story

A creative, open-minded audience at an extraordinary festival – ideal conditions for an experiment. We invited our visitors at the Open Source Festival to contribute to a sequel story. Each co-author only read the immediately preceding episode, not the whole story. For this setup, we took a little inspiration from a creativity technique called "Cadavre Exquis" that the Surrealists developed about a hundred years ago. We used our smartpads to capture ...

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