Over the last few years I have worked a lot in graphic design and photography. During the editing process, I found it a little difficult to edit these projects with just a mouse. Using a mouse works great for the average editing process, but for fine details and digital drawing, its not that easy. To get better control, you need a finer touch. With a mouse or touch pad, you really can’t get that fine touch you get when using a pen.
To get more control, designers and graphic artists use digitizing tablets. About two years ago, I had the opportunity use a digitizing tablet and have been hooked ever since.
I have used several different brands, but my favorite brand is Wacom. Wacom is an industry leader for the digitizing tablet and have created models for beginner level users and models for the professional graphic designer. Currently, they offer two different digitizing tablets, the Intuos Pen Tablets for professionals and the Bamboo series that is for the everyday users and for designers only needing a budget friendly digitizing tablet.
Review: Wacom Bamboo Capture
Recently, a client sent me a Wacom Bamboo Capture to review. When I was offered this opportunity to do a tech review that was also a design resource, I just had to jump on it. You can find the full review over at Evolutionary Designs.
To learn more about Wacom and the Bamboo Capture, make sure check out my review.