Takuya Eguchi Drawing Video Less Than Stellar

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Drawing tablet manufacturer Wacom has this time featured notable seiyuu Takuya Eguchi (Oregairu’s Hachiman, Kuroko no Basket’s Shinji) taking part in their drawing series, boasting a drastically different skill level than most other participants that may prove humorous to those expecting a breath-taking masterpiece.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 24, 2016 23:23

    It's cheap and comes with a 2 year Clip Studio Paint license. I got one as well, it doesn't take long to get used.... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 23, 2016 22:34

    He's too good for Shaft, he should aim for Pierrot!... More


Fuzichoco Drawing Demo Astounds

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Graphics tablet provider Wacom have unleashed the latest entry in their “Drawing With Wacom” series, this time featuring manga illustrator Fuzichoco showing off her masterful control of motion functions that will no doubt inspire many to pick up drawing themselves.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 29, 2016 06:22

    And, people will complain about what artists charge per drawing...... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 28, 2016 17:47

    But she isn't using touch gestures... She is panning and zooming the canvas using navigation window with the pen. She was holding her left hand (folded into a fist) on the screen in the first... More


Yun Koga Drawing Time-lapse Video Impresses

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Established drawing tablet manufacturer Wacom have unveiled the latest drawing video entry into their “Drawing with Wacom” series, courtesy of the illustrious Yun Koga, who was undoubtedly involved solely for the purpose of hawking Wacom’s devices in the most shamelessly effective manner possible.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 19, 2016 11:21

    lol and you're criticizing the technology being used rather than the actual work itself... the technology being used has almost no benefits of how the work is produced, its just a matter of preferance. who... More

  • Anonymous commented on February 19, 2016 04:58

    Dat simple, yet variable line weights tho. Hnggghhhhh... More


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