I’ve had this Wacom tablet monitor for 3 years and just bought a 27″ Cintiq. Most of my work is traditional media (pen and ink) but I find the Cintiq invaluable for corrections/client request changes, etc. I’m selling the Cintiq for $500.00 or best offer. Since new tablets of this type currently cost ~1300.00, I think that’s pretty fair. Note that this is the 13HD TOUCH — not the 13HD (which costs about $800.00 new — I’ll explain the difference below).
Includes everything that it originally came with, including box, stand, pen, stand, cables, CD, etc. Some of the nibs are worn down but I bought a package of 10 replacement nibs… I’ll include those. I covered the screen with one of the aftermarket ‘screen protectors’ and the screen protector is a little worn but it works perfectly. Will also include the Mac mini display to VGA adapter (not originally included by Wacom… you have to buy that separately).
The difference between the 13HD and the 13HD Touch: The 13HD touch allows you to use your fingers on the screen to move the art around, rotate what your are drawing, pinch or reverse pinch to magnify/zoom out, etc. You can program the tablet to do different things with the buttons on the sides and when you swipe your fingers across the surface. Some people love the touch feature — I sometimes use it and sometimes turned it off but I think if I was more of a digital artist it would save me a lot of time.
Contact me at email@example.com if interested. You can send a check or pay via paypal and I’ll let you return it within 30 days if you are not satisfied.
Seven years ago I was working on this painting of the piasa. Still not convinced by my version’s baguette-looking feet but might want to take another run at this subject sometime in the future.
The above illustration appeared in the back of the 4th printing of the DCC RPG book without other explanations or instructions. Last night I got an email from Joe Manley — as far as I know, he is the first person to have found the hidden message! Congratulations to Joe!
Image from Gabor Lux’s “Echoes from Fomalhaut” issue #1 out now. My first Hungarian publication (although, if you don’t read Hungarian, don’t worry — the magazine is written in English and published in Hungary — ships worldwide).
Angels, Daemons & Beings Between V2 from Shinobi 27 games has finally been released via the RPG Now webstore! I’m excited because it is a unique book for players of the Dungeon Crawl Classics roleplaying game from a 3rd party publisher and I was asked to contribute artwork by James Pozenel and David Fisher. Available in both pdf and hardcopy.
One of the things in this book that players of the DCC game will appreciate is the innovative ‘patron revelation sheets’ that players can print out and use to track the changing powers of their characters as the relationship with their patron evolves (don’t worry if all of this doesn’t make sense to you — it’s game nerd stuff and unless you play DCC, you don’t need to know it). I provided illustrations for several different spells, powers and effects and 4 different border ‘marginalia’ for the patron sheets. Sample of one of the sheets below:
More preview images from Mutant Crawl Classics from Goodman Games.