Monday, October 13, 2008

me wants

Just found this. I year ago I ordered VCU's painting and printmaking A wacom CINTIQ 21UX but never really had a good reason to use it. Now that I have found this I am all in. Maybe New Paltz will want one?
I am always trying to bridge the gap between analog and digital in my studio practice. Recently I have to abandon prototyping and laser cutting and go back to the basics. It has been refreshing and gratifying. Saying that, I am still interested in all things digital. I would love to try this out just to see if it is as fluid as it appears. No one likes re-learning the interface when moving from one 3D package to another (Rhino to Maya for example) My brain gets confused and I find myself clicking control instead of shift or whatever. This just seems like one of those things that would need some time to get used to. Damn you brain.

ILoveSketch from Seok-Hyung Bae on Vimeo.

and for all of you illustrators

[Via: Notcot] {via Ilovesketch}

1 comment:

  1. Yeah - that vimeo video has been spreading like wildfire. Really cool "Sketch-up" like idea / interface.

    Colin has had a Cintiq for a while. Still too expensive for me, although I think they have a much larger range of models since inception.