Cintiq Girl finally finished :)
In May I was working at the Wacom stand at the MCM comic expo in London. I created 'Cintiq girl' especially for the event and spent most of my time there demonstrating the new Cintiq 13HD graphics tablet screen combo, which was pretty cool!
On the Friday I tried out Manga Studio 4 (Now known as Clip Studio) to digital ink her. It seemed like an ok program, but not sure I’d use it again and I couldn’t figure out if there’s a way to create anti-aliased lines? I then spent the weekend working on the colours in Photoshop CS6 in between chatting to customers, but still needed a day to finish after I got back.
Also wanted to see how my new laptop handles large Photoshop files. This one is about 1.5GB! (this image is 6% actual size) and it seemed fine for everything other than smudge tool.
Thanks for checking it out!
About the Cintiq
Wacom Cintiq is a line of interactive pen displays by Wacom, catering to artists and designers. It integrates a high-quality display directly into the drawing surface, enabling users to draw, paint, and manipulate digital content directly on the screen.
The series offers various models with differences in size, resolution, and features. Notable among these features is the pressure-sensitive pen that provides precise control and simulates traditional artistic techniques. Some models also include multi-touch capabilities for gestures like zooming and rotating. Widely utilized in animation, illustration, and graphic design, the Cintiq series has become a favored tool for professionals and enthusiasts seeking an intuitive and direct digital drawing experience. For the latest information, it's recommended to check Wacom's official sources for product updates and releases.