Wacom Cintiq 12 wx we already have the introductory knowledge of Wacom's art tablet design capabilities, so it's time to upgrade a bit of the high end market.
If you can put down four numbers on digital art supplies, you can enjoy it.
Wacom has several tablets with different styles, features and price points.
Cintiq is the most expensive line so far, but if the price is low,
The tablet has not satisfied you yet and is worth a look at 12WX. It's the entry-level Cintiq. . .
In other words, this is a reasonable price point for professionals
Horizontal equipment, still under the name "tablet. (
Other Cintiq models are best described as half
Permanent desktop devices-
It's definitely not portable.
They cost the same lifetime value as laptops. . .
But they are really good! )
Cintiq is designed to mimic the feeling of drawing on paper, which the user claims is the best copy of the experience. A 12-inch (30. 5-centimeter)
The LCD display has a clear contrast and 16.
7 million colors. That same hard-
The working screen is equipped with sensors for sensitive and accurate pen input--
It can even determine the angle of the stylus.
Cintiq has a complete palette of drawing, drawing, and editing options (as it should! )but these pro-
It is reported that the quality project will blow others out of the water (
Different from superior
Final programs that can be added to other tablets that are included in the price of Cintiq).
With that alone, you won't have a few hundred dollars of unexpected or impromptu add-on value --ons.
Lesson learned: don't always think that something better is out of reach;
Sometimes the investment is worth it.
So if you're serious about your art-
It's really serious. -
Cintiq is worth considering.
"Gifts for aspiring but talented artists.
"Thank you, Gizmodo.
You are always anxious for success.
As a former aspiring artist, almost
But not completely)
I can't refuse to read this article without talent.
In addition, while studying various tablet options, the idea of designing a tablet for the Arts is very attractive (
Even though so far I have resisted the urge to buy only one a day --to-day use). But think!
All my failed drawings, ideas that I think are good but turned out to be not, can be diverted and stored on my computer forever, not sitting on the easel in my bedroom, their presence laughed at me silently.
With the tablet, I can immerse myself in my whimsy, and then I can hide the final sketch forever on the hard drive, like my abandoned script.
When I click on the link, my eyes cut right to the Wacom Cintiq 12WX.
This is the smallest Cintiq, although its outline vaguely recalls the 'post-90-
Handheld video game era.
Did you think these things were expensive?
Cintiq 12WX rings in about a big place.
At this price, potential buyers (
I also include myself)
They should be sure that their interest in the ship is more than a momentary fantasy.
Even LCD screen and super
The sensitive stylus won't make me a master.
There is nothing more than spending a lot of money to convince yourself in a short interest that you are a truly untapped genius, or that you have found a hobby to sustain your life. (Like my guitar. And my scooter.
As far as this is concerned, I spent all my money in my college art class. )
But, as we have already discussed, the tablet market is full of options, and in fact, any artist should be able to find a tablet that is perfectly suited to his talent.
I thought I 'd lower my expectations accordingly, as Gizmodo suggested another option: Crayola Trace & Draw for $40.
Even if it needs good old
This children's tablet is old fashioned paper and may be faster than mine.