Wacom is a Japanese company, which specializes in graphics tablets and related products. Three of their models are marketed worldwide. Their products come bundled along with the software and a digital pen or puck, which have an ‘eraser’ feature.
Wacom tries to cater to the needs of different kinds of artists. Features wise Intuos Draw vs. Art, there might be a lot of similarities.
The Wacom Intuos Draw is a compact tablet which users can carry around and use the pen for drawing and erasing. The eraser is not at the tip but located behind the pen. It does not support multi-touch gestures. It has a sleek design and classy look but is still priced at an affordable range. It comes with a choice of two colors- White and Blue.
Has an ArtRage Lite bundled software? Intuos Draw is available in a small size which is ideal for beginners, amateurs or students. You can even get quick online training.
The Wacom Intuos Art is another beautifully designed tablet to sketch, draw, ink or color. And supports multi-touch gestures. Also, compact and thin enough to be carried around and comes with a USB cable to connect with. The eraser is placed not at the tip of the pen but behind and has to be turned for erasing. Its available in two colors- Blue and Black. The pen does not need batteries but works on a charge from the tablet itself. This model is also classy like Intuos Draw. There are two available sizes- Small and Medium. It comes with Corel Painter Essentials 5 bundled software.
Though both the tablets come with a lot of similarities between them, the choice comes to Intuos Draw vs. Intuos Art, though both are entry-level models. Both have a lower pressure sensitivity of 1024 levels which is much lower than the other high-end models.
The Intuos Draw is available only in a small size. The active area is 6.0 x 3.7 inches; it is an actual work area, not the entire size of the tablet. The downside of having a small screen is that it is not very comfortable to work in the small space with a high resolution and it does not help for precision drawing as well.
Though both the models look similar, while comparing Intuos draw vs. art, you have a choice of size between small and medium with Intuos Art.
It supports multi-touch gestures, just like other regular tablets where you can use many gestures.
The bundled software is Corel Painter Essentials 5, which can be used for creating amazing digital paintings, creating t-shirt designs, logos and many more.
Everyone interested in art, can invest in these gadgets and let your creative juices flow, while you create, color and upload to your heart's content. Use the features that allow you to switch from pastels to pencils to photo editing and keep creating. Let your tablet be your canvas, make a start and get creative.