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Wacom est ami-ami avec Celcys et Adobe

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Sur les Wacom News (pas sur le site français), Wacom annonce un partenariat renforcé avec l’éditeur de Clip Studio Paint, la société Celsys, mais aussi avec Adobe, notamment pour Adobe Fresco (Wacom était présent avec un stand lorsde l’Adobe Max pour faire des démos d’Adobe Fresco sur Wacom Mobilestudio Pro 13/16 1er G et WMSP 16 2eme G et prochainement le WMSP 13 2eme G – on a vu ça sur le Wacom FCC; la machine est apparue – pas encore de prix).

On vous fait un copier-coller des 2 annonces.

Wacom, ami-ami avec Celsys.

TOKYO and PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Beginning in 2006 with a ComicStudioMini software and Intuos3 pen tablet bundle for digital art enthusiasts, Wacom and Celsys have long enjoyed a collaborative relationship.  With the ultimate goal of improving and advancing the creative experience of digital illustrators and animators, the two companies are delivering the tools to make digital art more viable, fun and user-friendly.

To support and celebrate the creative community, Wacom and Celsys have come up with a truly special offer.  Starting now, purchasers of a new Wacom Cintiq will receive a free 12-month subscription to CLIP STUDIO PAINT PRO.  The Wacom Cintiq, specifically designed for young creative professionals, creative enthusiasts, art students and passionate hobbyists, is a fantastic tool for digital sketching and illustration.  By working directly on screen with Wacom’s renowned pressure-sensitive pen, users discover the freedom, precise control and natural pen-on-paper feel that are synonymous with the Cintiq name.  Using the various brushes offered in CLIP STUDIO PAINT with Wacom Cintiq makes it easy to create amazing art.  Just in time for the upcoming holidays, this offer is certain to make a great gift for the enthusiast or professional comic artist.

« As a long-time professional comic book artist, Wacom graphics tablets and CLIP STUDIO PAINT have completely transformed the way that I work and become a completely indispensable combination to me, » said Cameron Stewart, the artist of Batgirl and Fight Club 2.  « After almost a decade of using them to create comics, these tools are as vital and important to me now as pencil and paper were to my predecessors. »

Optimizing digital tools
In the production of manga and illustrations, detailed drawings are often required.  Exceptional sensitivity and responsive control of the pen and various brushes are the cornerstone of drawing, inking or painting.  Starting at the product development stage, Wacom and Celsys product and engineering teams cooperate to optimize the Wacom-Celsys experience by delivering precise control and creative freedom to the end user.

Wacom’s new Pro Pen 2 technology, found on its Intuos Pro, Cintiq, Cintiq Pro and MobileStudio Pro branded tablets and pen displays, works elegantly with Celsys’ brush engine for an authentic, natural drawing experience.  The pen’s 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt response and virtually lag free tracking interact seamlessly with CLIP STUDIO PAINT for amazing feedback and results that effectively emulate working with traditional media.

« Celsys shares in our vision of enhancing the capabilities of today’s creatives and working together to build a bright future for digital artists everywhere, » said Faik Karaoglu, Executive Vice President Wacom’s branded creative products group.  « We look forward to continuing our mission of developing natural and intuitive digital solutions that will allow artists to keep on creating great art and inspire others to do the same. »

Supporting digital art around the world
The Wacom and Celsys relationship goes way beyond product offerings.  Their co-produced videos on how to draw manga have been viewed by thousands of novice artists seeking to expand their own artistic horizons.  In addition, Wacom and Celsys co-exhibit or collaborate at various events globally, such as Comic Market (Japan), Japan Expo (France), Seoul Comic Con (Korea), and New York Comic Con (USA).  Users at these events have the opportunity to experience drawing with the different brush tools of Celsys’ software on Wacom’s latest pen products.

« Together, Wacom and Celsys provide a great drawing experience for users.  By strengthening our collaborations, we aim to enhance the digital art experience and continue to build an exciting future for artists everywhere, » said Tetsuya Kobayashi, Celsys’ Head of Marketing Department.

Wacom, ami-ami avec Adobe.

TOKYO and PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — At Adobe MAX 2019, Wacom® will spotlight the amazing creative experience of using the new Adobe® Fresco painting and drawing application for PC on Wacom’s new MobileStudio Pro 16. In addition, Wacom will demonstrate the intuitive and natural pen-centric capabilities across Creative Cloud® software applications including Photoshop®, which will be included as part of a limited-time Photography Plan bundle with select Wacom professional products during the 2019 Holiday season.

Wacom and Adobe share a long history of cooperation in enabling digital creativity. Wacom’s renowned pressure-sensitive and battery-free digital pen products and Adobe’s software applications have continuously innovated and improved together, enabling countless artists and designers to realize their creative visions. When a Wacom pen tablet or creative pen display is connected to many Adobe products, features like pen pressure, pen-tilt sensitivity and even pen rotation are automatically enabled – features that mouse users would normally get to experience when using Adobe products.

Because of recent cooperative efforts between Wacom and Adobe, the new Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16, featuring the company’s advanced Pro Pen 2, is one of the first PC’s to be fully enabled to work with Fresco, Adobe’s new painting and drawing application. When used in combination with the MobileStudio Pro, artists and designers will be treated to an amazingly natural, fluid and productive creative experience. Whether working on the road or in the studio, MobileStudio Pro has the onboard computing and graphics power to run not only Fresco, but virtually all Creative Cloud apps. Sketches or illustrations done in Fresco can immediately be brought into Photoshop or other Adobe creative applications for additional editing, development, completion and distribution.

« Wacom and Adobe have combined their respective hardware and software expertise to develop natural-feeling media where every digital pen or brush stroke feels and looks as though it was created directly on paper, » said Faik Karaoglu, Executive Vice President of Wacom’s branded creative products group. « Additionally, Adobe Fresco is the perfect application for Mobile or desktop use with Wacom’s MobileStudio Pro as Fresco offers a powerful, but easy-to-use feature set for illustration and 2D concept design. »

Wacom’s participation at Adobe MAX will also loosely coincide with the introduction of several new Adobe software bundle offers for the holiday gifting season. With the purchase of a new Wacom Intuos Pro or Cintiq Pro, purchasers will have the choice of either a 2-month subscription to the Creative Cloud Photography Plan or Premier Rush® (available with registration and download.) The Photography Plan includes Lightroom®, Photoshop and 20GB’s of storage, while Premier Rush, Adobe’s new all-in-one video editing tool, is a wonderful choice for the YouTube® video generation.

Visit the Wacom booth (#1201) at Adobe MAX, November 4-6 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California to experience using Fresco and all of Adobe’s creative applications on the new Wacom MobileStudio Pro as well as to see Wacom’s complete line of professional creative products.

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