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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Wacom pen Inkling draw on paper.

Wacom pen Inkling draw on paper.  I actually just saw this product from Wacom, I know I am a little behind.  It came out a while ago. When it comes to tools for integrating freehand art into the digital workflow, Wacom remains the leader.It is certainly aren't cheap, but it's hard to find any brand that can match the quality of Wacom professional standard hardware. The Inkling is a "digital sketch pen" that allows you to draw or sketch on any standard piece of paper (a big advantage over Livescribe, which requires special notebooks) and automatically have a digital version created. The pen looks like a regular ballpoint pen, but is much more powerful than that. As you draw, sketches, mind-maps, or brainstorms all get captured, pen stroke by pen stroke. You can even create layers as you sketch, and edit drawings even easier when you get back to the computer. Files can be accessed in applications like Photoshop and Illustrator, or just viewed on the computer.


If you’ve ever used a tablet before, you’ll know that the Inkling is a pretty amazing prospect. Wacom’s drawing tablets have always tried to mimic the experience of drawing on paper, but the majority of the time you’re applying a pen to a blank plastic surface and then looking up at a screen to see what you’re drawing; it’s not anywhere near the same as sketching on paper, and it comes with a significant adjustment period.
Using Wacom Sketch Manager software that ships with the Inkling, you import your images as vector-based drawings that you can then manipulate in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, as well as Autodesk Sketchbook Pro or Sketchbook Designer. You can also save files as plain old unlayered JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, SVG and PDF files if you’d rather not do much advanced editing to them after upload.


The Wacom Inkling will be available in mid-September, for $199. I really want to get my hand on that, but then I have been eyeing Intuo4 large for quite sometimes now. I will have to get that one first, whenever I have some extra money.


Check out the official Wacom demo video.


You can order one here: Wacom Inkling Digital Sketch Pen (MDP123)

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is awesome this will be very good for my animation course is my first year to it be good to go there well equipped thanks for the post man peace^_^

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