Getting Up To Speed with Wacom Intuos 4 By Corey Barker

Duration
1 hr 4 min
Lessons
15

Corey examines the new Wacom Intuos 4 tablet and takes it through its paces to show you what it can do.

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Go over everything that should be included with your purchase
Installing the driver and getting ready to work
There are a lot of new features coming with this new version of the tablet
Reviewing pressure sensitivity and what it can do for you as a user
Getting the pen set up and learning about what it can do
Using the 5-button mouse that comes with the tablet
Screen mapping determines how the input devices will behave
Programmable buttons that you can set up to help speed up your work flow
This new feature is an easy-to-use input device
This feature makes it easy to sweep around and find the functions you need
They will wear out and/or you may want a different feel when you are using the tablet
A lesson in using the pressure sensitive tablet with Photoshop
Wacom just introduced the wireless tablet and this video will show you how to set it up and take full advantage of the capabilities
Corey talks about the battery life, signal range, and the other pieces of information that Intuos 4 users will want to know
Thanks for watching. Hope the course was helpful and that you get the most out of your Wacom tablet
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Corey Barker

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Corey is an education and curriculum developer for KelbyOne. He is a graduate of the Ringling School of Art & Design in Sarasota, FL, with a degree in Illustration. Over the years, Corey has worked as a graphic artist in a variety of disciplines such as illustration, commercial design, large format printing, motion graphics, web desig...

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  1. Profile photo of Patrick McKenzie Patrick McKenzie

    Awesome, Cory! Thanks for the insight on this great product. —- Yes, please post my feedback

  2. Profile photo of Gene Hafford Gene Hafford

    Corey – I enjoy and learn a lot from your tutorials. My question on the Wacom tablet concerns the pen pressure settings.When you have the ‘variable’ pen-pressure settings active, how can you easily switch them for full constant pressure. (i.e. when applying a brush to a mask or channel, how do you get the full white, or black, brush to make adjustments?? I keep getting grays and have to continually go over the parts of the image that I want to change??? —- Yes, please post my feedback

  3. Profile photo of tammorice tammorice

    Hi Cory

    I loved the Wacom Intuos 4 tutorial. Unfortunately I only had the option of buying the new Intuos 5. Apart from the LCD express key labels & touch functionality, is there any difference?

    Tam —- Yes, please post my feedback

  4. Profile photo of davidcollett davidcollett

    Great lesson, Corey. I’ve used the tablet for a year and missed several really useful features.

  5. Profile photo of davidcollett davidcollett

    Great lesson, Corey. I’ve used the tablet for a year and missed several really useful features. —- Yes, please post my feedback —- Yes, please post my feedback

  6. Profile photo of Glenn Glenn

    Corey,

    Great job on the Wacom Tablet course. I learned a lot. —- Yes, please post my feedback

  7. Profile photo of Catherine Boutell Catherine Boutell

    i have a intuos 4 it is over a year old is it the same model as cory is using i can not get it to light up —- Yes, please post my feedback

  8. Profile photo of mreid60 mreid60

    Just got my first Wacom 5 Medium tablet. When will you update the training? This training is much better than the training on the Wacom site. Thanks for getting me started. —- Yes, please post my feedback

  9. Profile photo of judebaker judebaker

    I am an amateur photographer and have been using Lightroom and Photoshop for about a year and a half. I am interested in moving to a tablet since the more I use the Adobe products the more frustrating it can be to use the mouse. Since I am a hobbyist and not a professional which size table would you recommend? I have a laptop and a desktop with a 23″ monitor. Thanks for your advice.