Now granted its got only 1000 levels of sensitivity, compared to the 2000+ levels that my intuos pro has, its still pretty neat, and actually useful… since I really can’t seem to notice any difference in the sensitivity.. at least not with any of my painting/sculpting techniques.
The bottom line is that I don’t need to lug the intuos pro around with my laptop anymore. Also the wireless kit that came with the Intuos Pro is compatible with this, so I plugged it in here and made it even more handy 🙂
The Zbrush Core licence:
Obviously I’ve tried Zbrush before, but since I couldn’t afford it, and stopped using pirated software years back, I just never gave it much of my time, and almost immediately took to Sculptris and Blender’s sculpt mode(with dynamic topography).
So now that I have a full blown unlocked version of Zbrush Core (full feature comparison with Zbrush here)
I started hacking away at it.
Heres the first thing I sculpted with the zbrushcore+wacom bundle from Sketchfab..