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Intuos Delivers Smooth Strokes for Car Design
Damian revolutionizes Coventry University with Intuos
For industrial design rendering, the beauty of each stroke is extremely important. If you were doing it on paper, then one mistake, one bad stroke means you’d have to throw away the entire drawing. On the computer you can simply undo those strokes, but before the pen tablet, rendering was very difficult. So when Damian discovered the Intuos1 and Corel Painter 5 at an Apple Center in London, he bought it immediately.
In 1997 neither students nor professors at Britain’s Coventry University had heard of pen tablets nor Corel Painter. Damian’s drawings amazed his professors because the combination of an Intuos stylus and Corel Painter allowed him to do line-drawing and color-rendering digitally, but amazingly looks natural. He taught his professors the rendering technique he developed using the pen tablet, and they began teaching the other students at Coventry. After becoming head of design at Malaysian automaker Proton, he became a freelance designer.
Now he uses Intuos2 12×12 and Corel Painter8
An unlimited number of colors
“Rendering with Intuos and Painter, you can use an unlimited number of colors and strokes. On the other hand, with traditional markers, you can use only a maximum of 400 colors. In Corel Painter, you can enlarge and shrink the brush size very quickly and frequently with ease.”
12×12 size is ideal for car and Industrial designers working with 19″ inch or larger monitor
Working with a 19” inch or larger monitor, a 12×12 size tablet makes reaching tools and moving objects or points much faster in a large working space. For those who don’t use Corel Painter, the 12×12 size makes working with large Bezier curve and incrementally small free-rotation or adjustment in Illustrator an ease. According to Damian, “the 12×12 tablet is the best size for rendering and working with large Bezier curves because of it’s 1:1 relation with the tablet and monitor, giving you full control.”
Looking forward to draw with future Intuos3 12×12
larger than that of the Intuos2 which significantly improves the comfort of my forearm and thus makes my ‘designer’s stroke’ much more natural. Furthermore, the friction between the stylus’ pen-tip and the surface of the tablet has nice grain texture and weight feel to it, so it feels much more like traditional paper and pen. The ergonomic design is great! It’s so natural! If sometime in the future Wacom develops a 12×12 Intuos3, I’d definitely love to use it!”
Automotive designer in Malaysia
Born and raised in Brunei, he attended high school in Australia before moving to the UK to get his bachelor’s in Automotive Engineering in 1996 from Loughborough University and a master’s degree in Transport Design from Coventry University in 1998. Freelance automotive designer Damian Chia is truly an international man. From the start of his journey around the world, he has been interested in one thing: cars.
Since he was ten years old, he has been drawing, sketching, imagining new cars, and now this young man is innovative Asian automotive designers.