simon_four_fingers wrote:It depends on which wacom you use. If you have a cintiq 21qx (or whatever it is) then it will be a bit easier. The surface turns on them and the screen is right there as well. If you are like me and rock a intuos, then you have to get use to it a bit more. There is a new cintiq that is much cheaper then the 21, I think it is named 12 or something like that. I want to get one really bad. Also if you are using a intuos you may want to try using corel painter x, over PS to sketch. You can spin the 'paper' and this helps a lot. I still use my tablet with PS, but it is not typically to sketch in.
no wonder, me got the good'ol CTE-440, tiny that thing is. Is the 12wx expensive?
as for the stackable bag debate:
he could have done the model + taken the pics within an hour if he knew what he was doing, doesn't take rocket science to bend plastic. I know it was established that coming up with the idea does not have to be included in the hour, but coming up with such a polished image board is a bit super human for me.
My conclusion is: doable, if he didn't stop at all to think, and with kick as$ tools.