I’ve been doing the previous Wacom Wednesdays on my MacBook Pro. This is my first week trying out my new DELL workstation.
It’s a hefty laptop, with a lot of power, but since this was my first run, it was slow going. I didn’t anticipate it would take so long to load all my software. I brought in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Bridge, and Acrobat from the Creative Cloud. Then I grabbed all of my Astute Graphics Plug-ins. I went to start drawing and I realized I hadn’t installed the drivers for MY INTUOS PRO =D Once I finished laughing at myself. I got them installed and I was on to drawing.
I noticed that my tablet needed to be set up a lil bit to match the setting I’m use to on my MacBook Pro. It was really easy to do . While I worked on this project I focused on using the express keys with my thumb. I’m tackling this whole digital drawing thing one step at a time =D
I used the Dynamic Sketch Tool by Astute Graphics
and my IntuosPro by Wacom:
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