Understanding the six axes of motion


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Understanding the six axes of motion

Ever since cavemen were using sticks and their berry juice to draw with, men has used a stylus based instrument in their hand to communicate and express themselves to the world, and in talking about the notion of using the hand and a stylus to communicate, you can really breakdown the motions with the hand, wrist, and arm make into six basic motions. And I'm going to go through those with you and then explain how they relate to the Wacom tablets and how Painter then takes advantage of them.

So I'm just using a piece of paper here at this point but it can stand in for the tablets as well. You have got a flat two dimensional surface and when you start to draw on a 2D surface, well any one of the places on this tablet can be described in an x and y fashion. So you've basically got a two- dimensional grid here that represents the first two axis of motion, the x and y motion that happens on a 2D surface. Then when you get to the third dimension, you can describe the actual sense of...

Understanding the six axes of motion
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Understanding the six axes of motion provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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