Corel and Wacom join hands for the Bamboo

Corel announced that it has partnered with Wacom to offer an exciting new bundle for budding artists and photo enthusiasts. This partnership will see Corel’s easy-to-use consumer digital painting software, Corel® Painter™ Essentials 3, bundled with every unit of the new Wacom® Bamboo™ Fun pen tablet shipped in North America.

Ideal for digital photographers, aspiring artists, arts and crafters, students and teachers, Corel Painter Essentials 3 lets users effortlessly create handmade digital art that is perfect for framing, making unique craft projects, incorporating into scrapbooks, or simply creating one-of-a-kind art to share with family and friends.

“Bamboo Fun provides the tools needed to have fun editing digital photos and exploring creativity with pen-based technology,” said Michael Marcum, Director of Product Management for Wacom Technology, Corp. “The natural feel of Bamboo Fun’s pen, combined with the intuitive nature of Corel Painter Essentials 3, makes creating great-looking artwork easy and fun.”

“We are proud to be part of Wacom’s new product release and are excited by the new creative opportunities that the new Bamboo Fun Pen Tablet provides to budding artists,” said Robert MacDonald, Product Manager, Corel Painter. “With Corel Painter Essentials 3, it’s easy for Bamboo Fun pen tablet users to discover new levels of creativity, transforming favorite photos into paintings, or creating original artwork from scratch.”

Based on the award-winning Corel Painter, Corel Painter Essentials 3 features a dynamic painting system that makes it easy to transform photos into stunning paintings, using a wide selection of paints, brushes and pencils that look and feel like their traditional counterparts. Corel Painter Essentials 3 also includes helpful training resources to get people started quickly.

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