As part of ‘Creative Chaos’ theme, discussion with Samsung and Wacom will focus on ‘Clip Studio Paint’ for Galaxy; second panel with Wacom and Oiso will discuss how to encourage kids’ love of drawing.
Celsys has announced they’re a sponsor for the upcoming ‘Connected Ink,’ Wacom’s key event about digital ink, bringing together partners from arts, technology, stationary, and education to embrace ‘Creative Chaos.’ The event will be held live in the Sumitomo Shinjuku Building Triangle Square in Tokyo on Wednesday, November 18, 2020.
The company plans two panel discussions: one with project representatives from Wacom and Samsung on Clip Studio Paint for Galaxy, which was launched in August 2020; and a second with Wacom and Oiso (Kanagawa Prefecture) about supporting kids’ love of drawing. Celsys will also host ‘Creative Together! Connected 21-hour Drawing Party’ featuring a total of 60 creators from around the world who will be streaming their live drawings for 21 hours. Clip Studio Paint will also be exhibited at a booth at the venue.
Connected Ink is an open innovation platform run by Wacom. All sessions at the event can be attended online, including the one being held at Sumitomo Building Triangle Square. Creative industry experts and ecosystem partners from Europe, the Americas, and Asia will be present at events hosted by Wacom's local subsidiaries, which will be broadcast live on YouTube and Zoom channels and will be available to all registered users worldwide.
Celsys continues to support artists in the creation of content using digital technology. The company provides solutions for content creation, distribution, and browsing, including support of creative activities through its illustration, manga and animation production software Clip Studio Paint and web service Clip Studio, as well as the e-book solution, Clip Studio Reader.
Additional information and registration is available here.