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ImagineFX 131: Wacom Bamboo Spark

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Wacom Bamboo Spark ImagineFX – February Issue 131 The Wacom Bamboo Spark is a folio notepad that automatically digitises handwritten notes and sketches, and stores your inspirations in the cloud. I reviewed the device for ImagineFX and the piece can now be found online over at CreativeBloq. You can find my more personal look at the Wacom Bamboo Spark here.

ImagineFX 130: ArtRage for iPad

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ArtRage for iPad

ArtRage for iPad / Adonit Jot Stylus ImagineFX – January Issue 130 ArtRage was one of the first painting apps for iPad, so it’s enjoyed plenty of refinement over the years. Its oil and watercolour painting toolkit is probably the most naturalistic available for Apple’s tablet device. I reviewed the latest version (v2.0.2) of the app, along with the Adonit Jot fine point stylus, for the January issue of ImagineFX.

ImagineFX 129: Wacom Intuos Art

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Wacom Intuos Art review

Wacom Intuos Art ImagineFX – Christmas Issue 129 Moving from a mouse to working with a pen tablet is the biggest step you can take as a digital illustrator, so choosing the right tool for the job is crucial. The Intuos Draw is Wacom’s new beginner device, but the Intuos Art I reviewed for ImagineFX targets users with ‘more advanced artistic skills’. The Art tablet is available in two sizes, supports touch gestures and includes […]

Digital tech for artists

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Lately I’ve been contributing app reviews for ImagineFX magazine, a long-running title that’s packed with demonstrations, tutorials, tips and advice for aspiring and professional sci-fi and fantasy artists. Tablet devices have become invaluable tools for artists and the range of apps aimed at the creatively gifted is growing all the time. Recent reviews of mine have included Hydra, PaintCan, Instagram Layout, Adobe Color CC, Waterlogue and Evernote (for artists), to name a few.