Here’s a link to the first of a few articles I’ve been doing with Wacom. We’ll also do a Google+ hangout after I get back from Scottsdale. I’ve done a faux composite drawing with one of their employees there, but will not see what the “suspect” looks like until the hangout.

I’m grateful to the folks at Wacom for providing loaner Cintiqs for all of my classes. It’s an invaluable opportunity for forensic artists to try out digital hardware and software before making the decision to purchase on their own or to assist their departments in taking the step forward to digital work.

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