Wacom Cintiq 13HD Interactive Pen Display gives artists, designers, and illustrators the clarity and depth they need…
Few artists find it difficult to draw on the tablet while watching towards their monitors, although it’s not difficult for me at all because I’m using Wacom Intuos Pro Medium, but there is a generation of artists who feel like that and it’s totally ok with that. For this purpose, and there is no doubt that, its very easy to paint or draw directly to your monitor. Here comes a Wacom Cintiq, this is the extension of your monitor where you can directly draw on a screen using any of your favorite program like Photoshop, Corel Painter or Manga Studio etc.
Wacom Cintiq HD with 13-inch screen size is the most comfortable for managing the mobility with your drawing tablet. For example, if you are an art student, you can easily take this drawing monitor with you to your school and as well as bring it back to work at home because of its comfortable size which is easy to manage. The 13″ HD is a perfect size for sketching & photo retouching in Photoshop as compared to the Intuos3 9″ the Cintiq 13HD is only 1.5″ wider and is actually shorter by .3″ than the Intuos. To me, this is a great size for desktop use. I suspect the larger Cintiqs may actually be annoyingly large in everyday use. Feel – there is a texture to the screen, which has a satin-type finish. When using the standard nib, it feels like using a Copic marker on marker paper.
It has Pressure (2048 levels) and tilt sensitive Wacom Pro Pen performs like traditional brushes, pencils, and markers. Overall its comfortable, compact, lightweight design and its very simple to set-up with your PC or Mac computers. Its 13.3-inch display gives artists, designers, and illustrators the clarity and depth they need to create detailed, professional artwork.