An interview with Michael W. Streed aka “The SketchCop”

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Wacom Character Crush: Historias de amor disparejas

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Wacom Character Crush

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How to Make Writing a Breeze with the Wacom Intuos

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Productivity Tools to Make Video Editing Easier in Adobe Premiere

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Photoshop That Will Improve Your Digital Painting

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All You Need to Know to Teach with a Wacom Tablet

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Distance Teaching and Learning with a Wacom Tablet

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Recreating the Physical Classroom in a Virtual World

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¿Listos para el 2021? Esto es lo que debes de tomar en cuenta para escribir tus propósitos anuales

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Raahat Kaduji’s Wacom One Illustration Process

“I spent much of my childhood amongst trees, pencils and paper,” says British-Indian illustrator, animal rights activist, and self-described “woodland walker” Raahat Kaduji. “I’ve always had an affinity with nature, […]

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Good vs Bad Character Design: Tips and Tricks

Professional industry artists, Brent Noll and Maximus Pauson, of the popular YouTube channel BaM Animation break down good and bad character designs using the three fundamentals of clarity: silhouette, palette, and exaggeration.

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Tom Bancroft: Father of MerMay

Header image from Lipscomb University Tom Bancroft is the creator of MerMay and the head judge of our end-of-the-month contest.  Many of our contributors this year have worked for Disney, […]

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MerMay Profile: Pernille Ørum

Header from Twitter: Credit to Pernille, Sebastian Spasic, and Adobe Pernille Ørum is one of those artists whose very resume blows you away:  She practically hit the ground running as […]

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Gesture drawing for performance

Professional storyboard artist, Mike Morris, gives insights about the practice and underlying philosophy of acting and performance for gesture drawing.

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Post-MerMay Profile: Whitney Pollett

This is the fifth in a series of interviews with hopefully, all eight artists who participated in the show we co-organized with Los Angeles’s Gallery Nucleus, then collaborated with each […]

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Post-MerMay Profile: Neysa Bové

This is the fifth in a series of interviews with hopefully, all eight artists who participated in the show we co-organized with Los Angeles’s Gallery Nucleus, then collaborated with each […]

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Post MerMay Profile: Genevieve Tsai

Header from Rescue Sirens: The Search for the Atavist This is the fifth in a series of interviews with hopefully, all eight artists who participated in the show we co-organized […]

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Wacom Character Crush

Don’t you always roll your eyes when the prince falls for the princess? I know I do. I want the prince to fall for the mutant. I want the princess […]

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