After eight weeks, our designers, illustrators and photographers who have put the Wacom Cintiq Companion through its paces tell us how it changed how they create.
This week our artists and designers were asked to reveal their techniques using the Cintiq Companion and explain why creative choices were being made
This week our 8 artists and designers compare drawing and painting directly on-screen using the Cintiq Companion to working with a graphics tablet.
Read about our contestants' latest experiences with the Cintiq Companion and get an update on their projects.
Read about our contestants' latest experiences with the Cintiq Companion and get an update on their projects
Week two and our contestants have been getting to grips with the Cintiq Companion. See how they have been getting on.
Read about our contestants' first impressions with the Cintiq Companion and see what they've been working on.
If you don't want to shell out for one of Wacom's new Cintiq Companions – or any other more expensive tablet – this is the kit for you.
After our foray into the joys of the Android-based Cintiq Companion Hybrid tablet, we went to try out the Windows 8-driven Cintiq Companion.
Illustrator Lizzie Mary Cullen gets her hands on one this year's hottest design toys: Wacom's Android tablet.
Illustrator Lizzie Mary Cullen spends time with the hottest little creative tool of 2013 (so far anyway).
We spend some time with Wacom's new digital drawing surface, which fits comfortably onto your lap.
This multi-touch-enabled Cintiq has made Lizzie Mary Cullen consider going to extreme lengths to make enough money to buy one.
There are three things that compel me to put this tablet at the top of my creative shopping list: design, software, and touch.