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Topic: Part the Creative Seas - Our Wacom Cintiq Pro 27 Review
Steve Farrelly
AusGamers Editor
Posts: 9754
Location: Sydney, New South Wales

We take a look at a creative outlet-slash-platform for artists and designers alike, across numerous industries such as illustration, graphic design, concept art and more with the Wacom Cintiq Pro 27. Definitely at the high-end of the price spectrum, but every bit the Ferrari.

Here's a snippet:
While thoughts of a military tank or bank vault might come to mind when reading the above, it’s important to let you know that once you’re all set up, the Cintiq Pro 27 is surgery-precision levels of touch and finesse. The Stylus, or Pen, is simply a stunning device to use, and in playing around with it in Photoshop out of the box I was amazed at how natural it all felt. Having been given the review unit with its weighty stand, I set my workspace up on a roughly 45-degree angle and set myself to drawing. I won’t share any of the comic book stuff yet (for copyright reasons), but as you can see in the above image, I pulled off a Birdhouse deck design-inspired first attempt at use and couldn’t be more pleased with how it came out.

Having a button on the stylus to erase anything on the canvas just made the process feel infinitely more streamlined and creative. And while we are dealing with digital art, I don’t think I can go back to pencil and paper anytime soon. In short, just at a rudimentary level, this is how I intend to create into the future.
Click here for our full Wacom Cintiq Pro 27 review.
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