Wacom offers free tutorials, downloadable brush sets and tablet preferences as well as special offers to photographers and illustrators. All this, plus inspiring stories about stunning artwork by eleven great international artists are now available at www.wacom.com/createmore
Wacom has today launched its first global promotion campaign - ‘Create more’. Targeting both professionals and experienced enthusiasts in the photography and illustration fields, Wacom offers a range of tools to inform, inspire and help them create even more. A range of high quality content and downloads including free tutorials from professional artists will be available on a dedicated website. From July 15th until December 31st artists can also benefit from a special value pack with free software and additional offers upon purchasing an Intuos Pro pen tablet. More information and links to both the detailed offer and the downloadable items are available on Wacom’s ‘Create more’ website.
The ‘Create more’ campaign features eleven internationally recognised artists from around the world. They share their secrets of success in video tutorials and e-books as well as artwork and helpful hints such as brush sets or tablet preferences to use. Among them are Miss Led, an award-winning illustrator from London, Ben von Wong, a visual engineer and photographer from Canada, the Australian Illustrator Guy Shields, the German motion designer Robert Hranitzky, and Natalie Shau from Lithuania, who combines photography and illustration.
‘Create more’ inspiring artists
Brooke A. Allen, Comic Book Artist & Illustrator, USA
Robert Hranitzky, Motion Designer & Photographer, Germany
Crystal Kung, Illustrator, Taiwan
Miss Led, Illustrator, UK
Alberto Montt, Cartoonist & Illustrator, Chile
Ohagi, Illustrator, Japan
Natalie Shau, Digital Artist & Photographer, Lithuania
Guy Shields, Illustrator, Australia
Adrian Sommeling, Digital Artist & Photographer, Netherlands
Benjamin Von Wong, Visual Engineer & Photographer, Canada
Koji Yoda, Art Director & Collage Artist, Japan
Using the right tools
The most popular model in the Wacom range, the Intuos Pro pen tablet, offers ample workspace for illustrators or photo editors who need the accuracy, precision and comfort of a traditional pen or brush. It provides 2048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity, recognises pen tilt, supports multi-touch gestures and features customisable ExpressKeys to give quick access to shortcuts for a seamless and speedy workflow. The innovative Intuos Pro combines Wacom’s finest pen capabilities with intuitive multi-touch control, perfect for using with a Mac or PC.
Running from July 15th – December 31st 2015, the ‘Create more’ campaign offers anyone who buys an Intuos Pro full access to a value pack which will include a free one year pro membership to AutoDesk Sketchbook, a 30-day membership to online video training from lynda.com and a free software package (Perfect Effects 9 Premium) from on1.
Developing ideas through the Wacom community
Users who choose to register on the ‘Create more’ website to receive the content, can also choose to sign up to the Wacom community. They will benefit from ongoing special offers, tips and tricks, regular newsletters with interest articles and more inspirational content from professional artists to help in training and creation.
More information about ‘Create more’, the participating artists can be found here.
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Founded in 1983, Wacom is a global company based in Japan (Tokyo Stock Exchange 6727) with subsidiaries and affiliate offices around the world to support marketing and distribution in over 150 countries. Wacom’s vision to bring people and technology closer together through natural interface technologies has made it the world’s leading manufacturer of interactive pen tablets and displays as well as of digital styli and solutions for saving and processing digital signatures. The advanced technology of Wacom’s intuitive input devices has been used to create some of the most exciting digital art, films, special effects, fashion and designs around the world and provides business and home users with their leading interface technology to express their personality.
Millions of people worldwide use the wireless and battery free pressure sensitive digital pen technology to operate their smartphones, media tablets or desktop computers and express their individual creativity. The company offers its products also as OEM solutions to leading manufacturers serving incremental markets. Wacom’s interface technology, called Wacom feel IT technologies, is also offered as an integrated solution to strategic partners. Most Tablet PC manufacturers count on the advanced features and reliability of the brand to deliver a superior user interface experience.
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