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Part of the beauty of digital art is that you don’t need dozens of brushes, tubes of paint, or other messy supplies—just a gorgeous monitor, a drawing tablet, and some software. Even so, it doesn’t hurt to have some extra tools to make creating, storing, and sharing your artwork easier. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, speed painting on a tablet, or printing out your latest masterpiece, this collection of gear will help get the job done.

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  • Bold Visions: A Digital Painting Bible – $15
  • Digital Art Masters: Volume 7 – $31
  • Autodesk SketchBook Pro 6 – $37
  • Epson Perfection V500 Photo Scanner – $180
  • Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper – $55
  • LG IPS Color Prime Monitor – Link
  • Epson Stylus Photo R2000 Inkjet Printer – $600
  • LaCie Blade Runner – $300
  • LaCie USB Keys – $15+
  • Skull iPad Skin – $25
  • Sensu Brush – $40
  • Pogo Connect iPad Smart Pen – $63
  • Wacom Inkling – $199
  • PenMoto Stylus Attachment – $30
  • Intuos5 Touch – $229+
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