Being both an artist and a designer makes him expertly placed to investigate the Intuos Pro Paper Edition. Wacom’s latest graphics tablet offers a unique tactile way of working that lets you use pressure-sensitive pens in a more ‘analogue’ way. Plus, its connectivity features allow you to save, edit and export your artwork.
First impressions are always interesting and his excitement is plain to see. “I’m totally geeked out on the packaging,” he says. “I thought it was a really quality piece of design in itself, just the box and the experience of opening that box.”
Let’s see what happened when that box was opened.
Timba believes that the Wacom’s standout feature is its ability to clip your favourite drawing paper on to the surface of the tablet and sketch away on A5 (for the medium model) or A4 sheets (with the large option).
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