Jean-Michel Bihorel tests the Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 with World Machine

Jean-Michel Bihorel is a CG Artist based in Paris, France. He studied Computer Graphics at the Esra Bretagne in France and has worked as a VFX artist for eight years around the world, including as the Lead Lookdev at The Yard VFX where he is currently working on an animated feature.

Jean-Michel recently put the Wacom MobileStudio Pro to the test showing a breakdown of his Peace and Tranquility to Mars personal series which he created using World Machine.

Jean-Michel tested the Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 with the following specs:

• Intel® CoreTM i7
• 512GB SSD
• 16GB DDR3
• NVIDIA® Quadro® M1000M graphics with 4GB GDDR5 VRAM
• Intel® RealSenseTM 3D camera and scanning software

The MobileStudio Pro accessories include the Wacom Wireless Keyboard, Wacom Link (to attach to another Mac or PC), and a Mobile Stand.

Like his previous Flower Figures series, Jean-Michel produced several variations on the theme for Peace and Tranquility to Mars.


Peace and Tranquility to Mars

Peace and Tranquility to Mars

Peace and Tranquility to Mars

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