During the Max conference, as he was preparing to demonstrate some of the touch functionality baked into Photoshop CC on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, Adobe’s Josh Ulm said, “when we started to explore touch, we knew that we would have to radically shift the user interface.”
What we didn’t know at the time is just what he meant by “radically,” but the ad above gives us a sneak peek at just how touch-capable Photoshop, Illustrator and other Adobe applications will eventually be. Read more…
It’s settled, every photographer needs a pet owl… because after watching this video they’ll never again be able to face the task of editing their work on a Wacom tablet without experiencing at least a little bit of owl-envy.
In the captivating video above, a Japanese illustrator who goes by the moniker Satsuma shows off how his Northern White-Faced owl helps him out when he’s doing some work on his tablet. Okay, maybe ‘helps him out’ is a bit of a stretch, but I’d like to think he or she would nip Satsuma if he made a mistake.
Dutch illustrator Tineke Meirink likes to take a closer look at photographs and then draw whatever her playful imagination reveals to her. Her website stop:watch is a collection of these “what it is” and “what I see” comparisons.