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Maximizing Your Wacom Device for Mudbox
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Released Dec 1, 2012
  • Wacom
    Mudbox
  • 48m 21s
  • 9,525 views
  • Project Files Included
Justin Marshall

Pluralsight

Justin Marshall
If you've used Mudbox for a while, there's a good chance that a Wacom tablet or pen display is a critical piece of hardware in your daily work. The goal of this tutorial will be to help you maximize the features of your hardware, whether Cintiq, Intuos, or Bamboo, in a way that is specific to Mudbox. Whether it is your Grip Pen, ExpressKeys, Touch Strip or Radial Menu, each is a powerful feature that, when properly used, will extend the functionality of your Wacom product so that it is much more than a simple surface for sculpting or painting.

We will learn how to set each one of these features up for Mudbox and then wrap up this course by learning how to backup and restore our customized tablet properties. After completing this course, you will be able to fully harness the power of your Wacom pen display or tablet when working in Mudbox.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
01:15
Modifying the Grip Pen properties
2

Modifying the Grip Pen properties

 
09:30
Using the Touch Strip or Touch Ring
3

Using the Touch Strip or Touch Ring

 
08:50
Customizing your ExpressKeys
4

Customizing your ExpressKeys

 
10:41
Creating a custom Radial Menu
5

Creating a custom Radial Menu

 
13:28
Backing up your tablet preferences
6

Backing up your tablet preferences

 
04:37