Whatever you specialize in – advertising, design, illustration, architecture or digital media – establishing an efficient workflow depends on your ability to easily and efficiently introduce design elements and build out your concepts. And here’s where Wacom plays.
Wacom sits at the front end of the design process and can inform so much about a designer’s output. Because initial design is all about 2D concepting and the creative execution of the designer.
As the design process moves to 3D, many creatives prefer to use the pen for its natural control and comfort in working with popular 3D applications. You’ll gain the ability to combine 2D and 3D. Model what is easy to model, while you draw what’s easy to draw, such as complex curves and geometry, painting in patterns, texture, material, part breaks, and colors.