Scott Adamms: Moving Dilbert from analog to digital workflow

Scott Adams, creator of the renowned comic strip, Dilbert, talks candidly about how moving from an analog to digital workflow added years to his drawing career. Scott began using a Cintiq interactive pen display in 2005 and has not looked back since. He cites many reasons for making the switch including the ability to work much faster and in a more comfortable fashion. Additionally, Scott finds that not having to worry about art supplies is quite the liberating experience. And speaking of a liberating experience, Scott speaks to Wacom’s recent introduction of the Cintiq Companion and how its mobile capabilities are allowing him to create while traveling.

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