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At Wacom, our aim is to make technology more human, more natural, and more intuitive. We strive to create solutions that help people harness and execute new ideas. We create harmony between people and technology. As the world’s leading manufacturer of pen tablets, interactive pen displays and digital interface solutions, Wacom brings people and technology closer together through our natural, intuitive interface technologies.



Wacom for drawing

Whether you’re an accomplished commercial artist or a beginner just learning your way, you’ll find your creative zone quickly given the natural feel of a Wacom pen in your hand.

  • Getting started

Creative people around the world rely on Wacom products to take their ideas to reality. No matter what your discipline, Wacom pen displays and pen tablets work with your favorite software to offer more intuitive and natural ways to enhance your creativity.

Digital Sketch & Draw

  • Elevate what you create

When you pick up a pen, you’re ready to create. Draw or sketch the tool of choice is in your hand. But what if your pen could also be a brush? And a store full of paints? And markers, pencils, textures, and spray paint – you get the idea. An Intuos pen tablet opens up another world, one of a digital canvas, and a journey to learn something new.


  • Built for art

It’s tough to be creative with a mouse; it’s like painting with a rock. But try a pen that is recognized by your computer and your favorite software, one that has the same response as your real-world tools. The Intuos pen tablet is pressure-sensitive; it perfectly mirrors your brushstrokes, down to the slightest nuance of pressure. It recognizes the angle of the pen and its rotation. Change tips, change tools, and change colors with just a click. Intuos is a natural fit for the creative-minded.


  • Easy to use

Wacom pen tablets are easy to set up, easy to use. Plug it into the USB port, or connect wirelessly, install the software, and go. The tablet works with many of the creative programs you already use. And it comes bundled with a range of software designed for creatives, like Autodesk SketchBook Express and ArtRage® Studio.


  • Show me where to start

Is your toe in the water? Most likely, you’re already on deviantART orPixiv or Weibo. You’re looking at others’ work, asking questions, and learning techniques. The Intuos falls in line here, to open up a new world. Think of Intuos as an investment in yourself, like an art lesson that lasts forever.

Sketching comic book art? You’ll easily sketch out your ideas, and coloring just got faster and more precise. Love to paint? Breathe in the variety of brushes and nuances of color, based on the pen’s pressure-sensitive response. With a Wacom pen tablet, you can turn mere photos into an expressive experience. You won’t believe your new level of control.

Digital is the most forgiving medium. If you make a mistake, change it easily. No need to start over. No more crumpled paper and wasted product. Click back, fix the problem, and move forward. Simple.


  • Affordable, professional quality

Wacom is the standard when it comes to creative tablets. If you peeked into thousands of studios around the world, you’d find our pens and tablets everywhere. There’s a product that’s right for what you do, too. Intuos gives you affordable options.

The versatile pen and tablet offer the same finesse as your real-world tools. Work in almost any medium. Capture inspiration. Share ideas. And do what you enjoy best: create.

Art On Your iPad


  • Creative in mind and spirit

What do you want to do? Grab your pencil or inking pen, open a notebook, and sketch away. Now you can do it all on your iPad, too, with the thin tip, pressure-sensitive iPad stylus from Wacom: the Intuos Creative Stylus 2.

When you pair the stylus with creative apps like Procreate® or SketchBook® Pro for iPad, suddenly you get an all-new experience. You can finally realize the potential of the apps with a truly artistic tool. The pen is designed from the same pedigree that digital artists use with the Cintiq pen display and Intuos Pro pen tablet from Wacom, so the experience feels, well, just right. If you are already working with Wacom gear, then you’ll feel right at home if you’re away from your desk and working on an iPad.


Now you can accomplish what you want

Whether you’re looking to apply an impressionist-style brush stroke or playing with a homegrown manga character, you’re sure to feel so much more rewarded with this drawing tool. Lay down subtle lines in your sketch better than you can with a regular stylus.

Experiment with your line weight and thickness, as well as the subtleness of color, as you press harder or softer on the stylus.Most importantly, brushstrokes look natural with an intuitive integration of pressure and tilt. You’ll be amazed at what you can do. Depending on the app, you even have palm rejection on the iPad surface. Your stylus is the only thing that leaves a mark. We think of everything.


Every art tool needs a canvas

Shodo artists chose washi paper. Rembrandt laid down color on canvas. Today’s digital Hollywood artists have sophisticated creative software. Even graffiti artists need the right wall. In the iPad world, Intuos Creative Stylus 2 gives you a chance to work on your creativity in the form of a digital app. Since we partner with so many app developers, you have more choices.

The Intuos Creative Stylus 2 works across a wide range of programs. Top creative programs have integrated Intuos features and shortcut button functionality right into their apps. You likely recognize some of these: Procreate, SketchBook Pro, ArtRage, and Bamboo Paper.


Capture design ideas when inspiration strikes

Whether you are hiking to a location you want to paint or sitting on the sofa at home, now you can start to sketch, draw, and paint on your iPad with a full studio of digital supplies. The Intuos Creative Stylus 2 is designed for what you want to do on an iPad.

Professional Illustration

  • Draw, paint, and navigate faster

Drawing and painting with digital tools offers infinite choices and opportunities compared to traditional media. You can quickly choose your canvas size, create multiple layers, and add color and light enhancements, using the eraser to easily correct mistakes or blemishes. With pressure-sensitive features already built into many of Adobe’s® software titles, you can work faster, grabbing your favorite brush tool to paint with precision and controlling line-width and opacity based on the amount of pressure you apply to your tablet. Your software also takes advantage of multi-touch gestures, so you can navigate easily and directly on your digital canvas for a more customized workflow.
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  • Bringing “style” back to illustration and fine art

In both Adobe® Photoshop® and Illustrator® you can quickly produce your designs, using the pressure-sensitive features found in Adobe pencil and brush tools. With your Intuos pen tablet or pen display, you can express your line-width and opacity as you see fit, with subtle variations depending on how hard you press the pen to the surface. Once you’re ready to refine and add detail to your lines, you can zoom in to dig deep to smooth out edges.

When working in Adobe Photoshop with its powerful brush engine, you can add color to your freeform shapes and stylized looks with custom brushes. Gain intuitive control to paint thicker, fatter outlines and move to thinner, more subtle lines as you fill in composition with the paintbrush and blob brush. Paint freely in select areas, without affecting the rest of your image.


  • Get your hands on your work

With the introduction of multi-touch support in Adobe Photoshop, as well as in Adobe Illustrator, you can now work with both of your hands. Use the Wacom pen in one hand to draw, paint, and sketch, while you zoom in, pan and rotate your canvas with the other. Wacom brings a new tactile experience to digital art!


  • Convenient shortcuts to your favorite tools

With the ExpressKeys™, touch strips, and application-specific settings on a Wacom pen tablet or pen display, you can customize convenient shortcuts to quickly get you to the tools you use hundreds of times a day, no matter what software you’re using. Spend less time navigating multiple brush, pencil, and color menus when you need to switch tools. Now you can enjoy a more productive and streamlined workflow that lets you stay in the creative flow, with your eyes on the screen and the pen in your hand.

Wacom for design

Getting started

Designers around the world depend on Wacom products to help them work smart, faster and realize their vision. No matter what your discipline, from fashion to graphic to product design, Wacom’s pressure-sensitive pen displays and pens tablets will be your design.

Graphic Design

  • Create faster, without sacrificing quality

Gain precision and control from beginning concept to final design. Whether you’re compositing a creative concept in Photoshop®, developing logo elements in Illustrator®, or laying out page designs, you’ll appreciate the efficient and streamlined workflow of working with a pressure-sensitive pen tablet. You’ll also feel the benefits of holding a pen in your hand, instead of pushing a mouse or trackpad, making your work that much more enjoyable.
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  • Concept with Wacom in the Adobe® suite

Whatever you specialize in—advertising, design, illustration, or digital media—establishing an efficient workflow depends on your ability to easily and efficiently introduce design elements and build out your concepts.

In Adobe Photoshop, Wacom pen tablets activate the pressure-sensitive features in the Adobe® Brush Engine. You will notice the benefits in making selection masks and in the use of pen pressure to paint and blend finely controlled adjustments to light and color. Adjusting the amount of pressure you apply to the pen tip, you can apply more or less of an “effect” or blend layers to provide a natural look.


  • A more natural pen in Adobe® Illustrator

Given the natural, ergonomic feel of the Wacom pen alone, there’s really no better way to create digital illustrations on your computer. Of the many tools that are available in Adobe Illustrator, there are a handful that are specifically optimized for Wacom pen tablets. Tools that offer brush-like functionality, including Paintbrush, Blob Brush, and the Eraser, take advantage of pen pressure, tilt, and in some cases, even rotation, as do specialty tools, such as the Symbol Sprayer and Liquify. When paired with the Wacom pen tablet, these tools allow designers and artists to develop freeform shapes and stylized visuals.

Even in InDesign®, designers gain efficiencies with a pen tablet as they move through the design process and work with assets in layout.


  • Adobe software feels better to the touch with Wacom

With the addition of multi-touch features in the Adobe CC suite, including both Illustrator and Photoshop, you can improve your experience even more as you work. Use gestures on the multi-touch surface of your pen tablet or pen display to rotate your canvas, zoom in, pan, or accomplish just about any navigational element with one hand, while you use the pen with your other. Its fluid, natural, and precise, all at the same time.


  • A designer’s choice

In any software, the most natural way to illustrate digitally is with the Wacom pen in your hand, whether you choose to work directly on the screen of our Cintiq pen displays, or you choose the performance of Intuos Pro pen tablets.

Fashion & Product Design

  • Innovation starts here

You may wonder why so many art and design schools are teaching the design disciplines using the latest gear from Wacom. You’ll find labs full of beautiful, large-format Cintiq pen displays. Students are also working on the latest Intuos Pro pen tablets.

The reason? These schools are, of course, teaching timeless design principles, while encouraging innovation and the development of personal style. But these schools are also instilling an aptitude for technology. And they are graduating students who work faster, collaborate better, and create exceptional work. And here’s where Wacom plays.


  • Technology informs design

Wacom sits at the front end of the design process and can inform so much about a designer’s output. Because initial design is all about 2D concepting and the creative execution of the designer.

Wacom’s professional products are already integrated into all the software applications most used by designers. With a creative pen display or creative pen tablet, these software apps become fully optimized for Wacom’s pressure-sensitive pen.

The comfort, the ergonomics of holding Wacom’s Grip Pen or Pro Pen, and the sensation of drawing directly on the screen of a Cintiq deliver the best experiences of working with paper media, but with all the benefits of digital. Fluid, clean lines. Subtle nuances in the details. Variations in color depth. All with the ability to work in layers, in non-destructive formats, making changes quick and easy.


  • Enabling the 3D workflow

As the design process moves to 3D, many creatives prefer to use the pen for its natural control and comfort in working with popular 3D applications. You’ll gain the ability to combine 2D and 3D. Model what is easy to model, while you draw what’s easy to draw, such as complex curves and geometry, painting in patterns, texture, material, part breaks, and colors.

When it comes time to present the final product in architecture or apparel designs, nothing beats the creative power of Wacom products to add all of the details–like environments, architectural landscapes, people, and lifestyle imagery–to win your clients over and make your designs a success.

Wacom professional products and your talent are the foundations upon which award-winning design, fashion, and architecture are built.


  • Multi-touch makes design an immersive art form

Significant software advances from Autodesk, Corel®, Toon Boom™, and, more recently, Adobe®, have delivered on the advantages of the Wacom multi-touch interface as an integrated component of the pen display. Now, you can work more fluidly, using the creative attributes of the pen in one hand while you zoom, pan, or rotate your canvas with the other. You’ll feel totally immersed in your work! Combined with on-screen shorts and our patented ExpressView, you’ll also enjoy greater productivity.


  • Design matters. Productivity matters, too.

The design. Your ideas. Your talent to visualize and create. These things make all the difference. Combine your talents with tools from Wacom. Make it easier on yourself to execute in a natural, intuitive style. And enjoy the time-saving productivity tools in the Cintiq creative pen display, like shortcuts programmed into the ExpressKeys™, touch strips, radial menus, and pen side switches, all of which add up to improved productivity and performance.

Art and design schools introduce their students to Wacom gear early in the learning process for this very reason. Take full advantage of the tools at your disposal.

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