Get free art resources and win a Wacom tablet | Creative Bloq

Get free art resources and win a Wacom tablet

Tablet king Wacom has launched a dedicated website for pro artists and illustrators. Sign up today and get access to a ton of freebies!

We’re big fans of Wacom at Creative Bloq. So we’re hugely excited to see they’ve launched a dedicated website for pro artists and illustrators, packed full of useful resources.

Sign up to the Create More website today and you’ll get instant access to tutorials and ebooks from internationally recognised artists from around the world. And it’s all totally free!

Check out this great new website today!

The site also offers downloadable brush sets and tablet preferences, as well as a range of special offers. Plus you can choose to sign up to the Wacom community, allowing you to benefit from special offers, tips and tricks, regular newsletters with useful articles, and extra inspirational content from professional artists to help in training and creation.

And if all that wasn’t enough, here’s one more reason to sign up. Wacom has teamed up with Creative Bloq and Imagine FX to give you the chance to win some amazing prizes.

In this special competition, the lucky winner will take home an Intuos Pro L tablet, while the runner-up will win an Intuos Pro S tablet. You’ll find full details of how to enter at the end of this article.

Create more with Wacom

The ‘Create More’ site is helping to spread the message about the Intuos Pro range of Wacom Pen Tablets, which pro artists and illustrators worldwide are using to push their creative boundaries and quite literally ‘Create More’.

Take Miss Led, an artist and illustrator based in East London who’s known for obsessively detailed and lushly rendered pieces across a wide range of media and scale including paper, canvas, murals, installation and digital.

Pro illustrator Miss Led is a big fan of Wacom tablets

“Recently I’ve been working more with Wacom tablets from scratch, and it has this much more finished feel to it,” she explains. “The tool allows me to take more chances to be more experimental. Because the element of risk is gone on the tablet, it helps with the momentum, it keeps me excited and motivates me.”

“When using the Intuos Pro, I swapped the nibs straight away: it just feels natural and organic, and it is. Drawing on Intuos Pro has this special texture to it.”

Accurate and precise

She’s not alone in her love for the Intuos Pro. The most popular model in the Wacom range, this clever pen tablet offers the accuracy, precision, and comfort of a traditional pen or brush.

It provides 2,048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity, recognises pen tilt, supports multi-touch gestures and features customisable ExpressKeys to give quick access to shortcuts, so you can work seamlessly and your art can flow freely.

The Intuos Pro is the perfect tool for artist and illustrators working digitally

And that’s not all. From now until December 31, anyone who buys an Intuos Pro will get full access to a value pack that includes a free one year pro membership to AutoDesk Sketchbook, a 30-day membership to online video training from lynda.com, and a free software package (Perfect Effects 9 Premium) from on1.

Want to improve your technique and boost your artistic career? By taking advantage of the great tutorials, resources and inspiration to be had at the Create More website, and harnessing the power and versatility of the Wacom Intuos Pro pen tablet, there’ll be no stopping you!

How to enter the competition

Be inspired by the tips in Miss Led’s ebook and create an original illustration that showcases your individual style

We want you to show off your skills, so we’re asking Creative Bloq readers to create an illustration, based on hints and tips you receive from Miss Led’s ebook tutorial, free to download from the Create More site when you sign up to Wacom’s newsletter. Anything goes, so feel free to unleash your imagination and create something that reflects your own personal style and artistic vision!

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