Excerpt: i do like the inkling. but like many reviewers, i prefer sketching with a pencil. with not much effort at all, i modified it as such. 1. remove writing head from one of the pen refills & clean out ink. i used a paper clip and repeatedly inserted & removed, wiping ink every time. 2. keep the pen refill shaft & increase the diameter of the writing end just enough to wedge in a 20mm long piece of 2mm diameter lead(the type used in drop-lead pencils). that's it.
Excerpt: I'm so glad I bought this. I've been wanting an Inkling ever since they were released. The price at B&H was awesome. The product is axing. I've been sketching like crazy now that I don't have to scan my sketches.
Excerpt: If you are looking to take things that you write down and put them on your computer, this is for you. If you Youtube Inkling, you will find an amazing video of artwork going on the computer screen. However, I am a math teacher and was looking to work out problems for my students to see. Trying to do it using math software is very time consuming, but now I just write out my solution and I can share the work with my students on my website or through email.
Excerpt: I'm highly satisfied with the Wacom Inkling. I use it to draw still life and figures. I like the transferability of the drawing to Photoshop. I wish the size of the actual physical drawing were larger, but it can be blown up in Photoshop so it's not that much of a problem.
Excerpt: I use it to keep my note, not drawing. It is very good. I also like to see the writing sequence. It is almost great except there is no timestamp recording. And the design is to the details which you can only find in Apple products!
Excerpt: I have used it twice so far. Keep in mind that the clip mustn't move once placed or your lines will get messed up. It's not so easy to get used to remembering on which layer you are without an actual indicator different than a light here or there. And also I still can't make it export into photoshop even though I installed the software provided, it gives an error (no option for vector so far).
Pros: Can Take It Everywhere, Light, Small And Easy To Carry
Cons: Difficult To Use, Hard To Set Up, The Battery Pops Out, The Pen Pops From Case
Excerpt: I use the Inkling to thumbnail storyboards and rough out sketches that I refine later in Photoshop. I prefer to work on paper, and now I no longer worry about hassling with my scanner. This little tool has revolutionized my workflow.