Here’s the second post about the new Wacom Intuos5 tablet. While my original intent was for these videos to just be reviews, I figured I’d make them more of a tutorial style. If you’re looking for a review of the new features, I’ll just be up front and tell you that there’s really nothing I don’t like. In my opinion, Wacom hit it out of the park with this tablet. I’m really pleased with it.
I tried to show how to customize the tablet in one video, but it ended up being over 30 minutes long. Since most of us have trouble sitting still for that long these days, I figured I’d break them up. This one is on the Express Keys and the Touch Ring, while the next one will be on the Radial Menu. The third one will be all about the new Touch features on the Intuos5, saving the best for last.
So here’s the first video, hope you like it. It’s all technical stuff, but if you’re using Photoshop and a tablet in your work, this might give you a couple of tips and tricks to customize your tablet and get the most out of it. Probably best to watch it at full screen, too.