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Wacom offers free video training to Intuos buyers

Wacom is offering a new free art and illustration video training DVD featuring Daniel Lieske, Uli Staiger and Angie Taylor to anyone who buys an Intuos4 graphics tablet.

The Meet the Masters Vol 2 DVD features around 4.5 hours of video across Photoshop, Illustrator and Corel Painter. Here's the blurb for the sections.

Digital drawing and painting in Photoshop - Learn to create an entire illustration from scratch, from setting up a workspace to sketching, drawing and colouring techniques. Photo Illustration - Follow digital artist Uli Staiger as he uses Photoshop to create a breath taking composition. Through the process, learn about everything from 3D tools and blend modes to masking and layer adjustments.Drawing in Illustrator - Find out about the different brushes in Illustrator that create a wide variety of effects in images.Painter crash course - Explore Corel Painter's artist's tools and use them to create a piece of artwork from start to finish. The DVD features lessons with picture-in-picture footage of the trainer working with their Intuos4 pen tablet, enabling viewers to learn from their techniques up close. The watch & work mode allows viewers to follow the tutorial displayed in a small window on screen and practice at the same time.

The 'Meet The Masters' series is available separately in its entirety for £69.95 or as three separate DVDs (£26.95 each) from Wacom's eStore.


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