Join Kevin Stohlmeyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Suggested buttons for Grip Pen, part of Using Wacom Tablets with Photoshop.
- Now let's take a look at our Grip Pen setting,…specifically for Adobe Photoshop.…Again, I have Photoshop set in my Application bar,…and in my Toolbar I'm going to select the Grip Pen.…I have to add the application again when I change tools.…So I'm going to click the plus sign,…select Photoshop from Open Applications,…or browse on my hard drive,…select the app, and hit Open.…Once inside, I can go in and set up my pen settings…specifically for Photoshop.…Really what I want to do with this…is change my two click buttons on the side of my pen.…
Right click is very handy.…I use that quite a bit when I'm in Photoshop…to access the Brush panel on the fly, or other options.…But double click really doesn't come into play.…What I want to do is I want to change this to a modifier.…A modifier is a little bit different from a keystroke.…A keystroke is a sequence of several keys held together,…where a modifier, I can go in and just have…one specific key.…In this case, I'm going to choose Option.…What Option will allow me to do…
- Changing the pen nib
- Customizing the ExpressKeys, touch options, and more
- Understanding opacity vs. flow
- Using the brush tools and Mixer Brush
- Working with erodible brushes
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on in April 2016. What changed?
A: We updated one video, "Radial Menu," to reflect changes to the Wacom software.