Artists have struggled for years to create workstation solutions for their clunky and oversized Wacom Cintiq tablets.
At least a decade ago, some animators came up with the idea to retro-fit the Cintiq onto a traditional animation desk, where the tablet took the place of the rotating disc.
That’s a fine solution, but what happens if you need a dual-monitor set-up, as many artists require nowadays? A Japanese illustrator and animator, Taqro, decided to build his own custom Cintiq-embedded desk. His creation, which cost less than $400 to build, has earned a lot of attention online, generating over 110,000 likes and retweets on Twitter: