The new issue of Juxtapoz Magazine magazine is out with an AWESOME review of the LightPad Revolution by Artograph!
“An essential tool for illustrators, the brand new Artograph LightPad Revolution light box is one of our favorite new art tools of 2014. The key detail allows the artist to rotate their project with ease for more accurate tracing or designing. Lock in place and get making.”
“First off I want to say that I love them all! The LED LightTracer is… great for tracing and drawing, very nice for light play. The LightPad Revolution is totally awesome, very unique, and totally impressive! …It is wonderful for tracing and drawing and can be very cool for light play! The LightPad 950 is THE BEST light pad / light panel you can find. This thing is the king of the hill, or the Cadillac of light pads…”
Four new videos showing different techniques and artwork using the marbling kit and the Artograph LightPad are on Artograph’s YouTube channel under “LightPad Art done with Artograph LightPad.” Watch them all! The artist told us, of the LightPad and this wonderful artwork he created, “It is so awesome and makes my marbling look fabulous. We have been releasing a new marbling video each day this week using the light pad. They look great.” Thanks for sharing!
Diana Brown and the Amazing Artograph Lightpad: Diana found the lightpad to be one of her favorites as well. “…I love this tool, ” she says, “This Artograph Lightpad is a wonderful investment… saves time and frustration!!! I’m delighted with this purchase!”
I studied them all, read all the reviews and finally decided on the Artograph Light Pad Light Box in the 12″ x 9″ size. After finally deciding on this brand, I struggled deciding which size to order. I let reasoning take over and came to this decision based on most often using the printer, in conjunction with tracing, and with traditional sized printer paper size this would be a perfect fit. And it is. I love this thing!
If you’ve been following the news, you may have heard the Crow River in Delano, Minnesota is flooding to the highest level since 1965. The river crested last night (Monday, June 23rd, 2014), but is still high, and more rain is forecast.
Artograph’s home is in Delano, but we’re high and dry here to the east of the river.
Here are some photos and video we took of the flooding in Delano and flooded areas around the town.