Friday, May 23, 2008

6D Art Pen Studies


Here are a couple of real quick studies using the 6D art pen from wacom. About 15-20 minutes on each. I love the pen, you can get a lot of variation in brush strokes, just by rotating the pen. I have shown some of you this technique in class. 

6 comments:

C.B. Canga said...

these are great robery. i especially like the bottom profile. looks like guache.

i want to get me one of those pens. does it work on photoshop.

C.B. Canga said...

goofed up on your name on the last comment. i was typing fast:)

robert revels said...

Yea, it does work with photoshop. You must adjust the settings in shape dynamics. Change the settings to rotation. But, I personally think it works better with painter. You can adjust the brushes to bleed into each other. It feels like real paint.

Ryan McCulloch said...

WOW! These are beautiful and have the naturalism I rarely see in digital. I love it, Robert!

Jermaine said...

Hey Robert, I just got the 6D Art Pen for Christmas. I thought I was going to be able to use it with my custom marker brushes that I created in Photoshop, but it's not working the way it works in Painter.

I'm new to Painter, how did you achieve this effect?

Morgan said...

Very nice, I stumbled across this while looking for reviews on the 6D Art Pen.

Which brushes are you using to make these, may I ask? They seem to work very well with the pen.