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Vertex Week: why the Huion Kamvas Pro 24 pen display is great for 3D

The working day of a visual effects artist, or animator, can be filled with interesting challenges and creative solutions but there can be no denying that it can take its toll. There's neck and back strain to contend with, and the repetitive nature of many tasks can have a big impact on the wrist.

Huion's Kamvas range deals with these issues and the Kamvas Pro 24 model does it with style and fantastic performance too. The Kamvas Pro 24's excellent ergonomics really keep you feeling fresh and enable you to stay creative.

Accuracy and performance

Kamvas 24 Pro

(Image credit: Huion)

Not only does the Kamvas Pro 24 help deal with the physical side of a long session with your favourite 3D software, but it's a top performer too.

The display itself is 4K and the glass surface is laminated to the display which, combined with the texture of the anti-glare coating, makes for easy interaction, with a feel very much like pen on paper.

For many, colour accuracy is vital to the success of a project and the Kamvas doesn't disappoint here, covering 140% sRGB, with 1.07 billion colours.

The surface is clear from interruption, with no buttons or dials to contend with. But if you do need quick access to tools and menus, the Kamvas Pro 24 ships with the KD100 key dial, housing 18 customisable buttons and a rotary knob that can have multiple functions assigned. Keeping this nearby means staying creative, without the need for a desk full of clutter.

The Kamvas Pro 24 4K is a great solution for 3D artists, animators and visual effects pros, who want high performance, with an intuitive workflow.

For information and to get your own head over to Huion (opens in new tab).

For inspiring talks, 2D and 3D art tutorials and more check out Vertex (opens in new tab) week.

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Rob Redman is the editor of 3D World and ImagineFX magazines and has a background in animation, visual effects, and photography. As a 3D artist he created the mothership in the Webby winning Plot Device and was animator on the follow-up; Order up. He has created training for Cinema 4D and Blackmagic Design Fusion artists. He's been a published product and food photographer since the age of 15. As well as being a multi-instrumentalist, Rob is also an avid beard grower.