With space being in limited supply around my studio, I decided to replace my old light box with the new Huion Light Pad. The pad is 23.5 inches with a working space of 16 x 12. Since it is one of the larger models, it has a regular cord that plugs into the wall. You cannot see it from the photo, but there is a spot that is flush on the upper left corner that controls the brightness. One touch turns it on. Continued pressure gradually makes the pad brighter, peaking at the brightest, then back to dark. An additional touch after returning to dark, turns off the pad. It is truly a space saver being under a half an inch thick. It is also run by LED lighting, so it should have illuminating longevity in its future. :)
The light pad throws off quite a bit of a glow in the studio on its brightest setting. The huge plus is that I found a use for my plexi drawing bridge. When placed underneath, it helps to give the right amount of tilt when transferring a drawing.
My son's baby portraits were done with a full body pose. So, the hunt has been on for a facial portrait of an infant around half a year or older. This was a little bit more of a challenge than I thought. Thankfully, a friend came up with an old photo. :)
Just to show the intensity of the pad, here is the set up for the transfer on the newest composition. I sketched out the drawing on transfer paper and used a ultra fine black marker to eliminate smudging. In this photo, the sketch is under a piece of Bristol board. The Huion holds its own in the illumination department. Plus, it does not create a light that irritates my vision! :)