Introducing Wendy -- My Wacom Intuos 4

I've been wishing for a pen tablet since I started drawing again. A friend gave me one as a gift. Unfortunately, the pen tablet didn't deliver what I expected. So I searched for the one that will satisfy my artistic needs. Come January, I fell in love with the Wacom Instuos 4 Pen Tablet. It was relatively expensive for me so I had to wait a little to come up with the money to purchase it. After a few months, I now introduce you to Wendy! Thanks to my sister who came up with the name!


This is my Wacom Intuos 4



I am fascinated with butterflies. So when I found butterfly foil stickers in National Bookstore, I didn't hesitate to buy it. I knew I had to put them on Wendy to give her... and me something extra whenever I use the pen tablet. I have no regrets. I think Wendy looks fabulous!


Wendy is a Wacom Intuos 4 Medium. The working area is 8.8" x 5.5". I wanted a bigger one that I think this size is more than enough for me. I'm not a professional artist but I would really like to develop whatever drawing skills I have left! Haha! So what's so special about the Intuos 4? Well, for starters, the pen tip is highly sensitive. It provides a more natural feel when I'm drawing. The tilt sensitivity extends to 60 degrees. It means I don't have to make so much adjustments on how I hold a drawing pen!


The Wacom Intuos 4 has 8 lighted express keys that can be customized according to one's preference.


The Intuos 4 is very flexible too. Since I'm right-handed, the express keys are positioned on my left. If you're left-handed, you can simply rotate the pen tablet so that the express keys will be on your right.

There's also a touch ring in between the express keys. It can be user-defined in 4 ways. I usually use the zoom function, which is the default.


Wendy came with 10 replacement nibs. Depending on your drawing style or stroke, you can easily change the tip of the pen. The Intuos 4 includes 5 standard nibs, 1 flex nib, 1 stroke nib, and 3 hard felt nibs






SHARE THIS:




Receive updates straight to your inbox by entering your email address below.

Facebook Twitter YouTube





2 comments:

  1. Wow! like you I love drawing as well and seeing someone else pursuing their talent makes me want to improve on my now dormant skill.

    Wendy looks so sleek, great buy I must say!

    ReplyDelete