Wacom on-screen controls offers you three sets of controls for use with Adobe Photoshop. Discover where they are and how to use them.
- [Instructor] Wacom has already created…three sets of onscreen controls…to help you when you work in Photoshop.…So let's check 'em out.…(dramatic music)…Now if you draw or color in Photoshop,…Wacom's already helped you with options…that you probably don't even know about.…And these are some of the onscreen controls…they've created specifically for working in Photoshop.…However, a number of these tools will work…in many different drawing programs.…So when you open up your tablet properties…select your device and functions…and let's go to our onscreen controls tab.…
So the first set of onscreen controls…that'll work for you are your brush tools.…So you can change your brush size,…change your layer mode, and save.…That's fantastic.…I'll show you how to pull these up in just a moment.…Another onscreen control they have is Photoshop Colorist.…With a lot of really great options already set up for you,…just to bring up and use as you're coloring in Photoshop.…They also have another one, Photoshop Drawing.…Save, stepping backwards, bring up your brush or your pen,…
- The benefits of ExpressKeys
- ExpressKeys defaults
- Customizing ExpressKeys
- Using shortcuts for ExpressKeys in different software programs
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator: Using Wacom Tabletswith Kevin Stohlmeyer48m 28s Beginner
Using Wacom Tablets with Photoshopwith Kevin Stohlmeyer47m 39s Intermediate
1. ExpressKey Benefits
2. ExpressKey Defaults
3. Customizing Wacom ExpressKeys
4. ExpressKey Shortcuts for Specific Software
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