Idd, nice work :)
Don't worry, you will once get yourself the Intuos too.. I'm trying to rock my (baby, hehe) Intuos XL as much as I can!
PS: For any digital fan, tablet is worth every penny!...
|04-05-11 at 06:42 AM||#43|
The Only One Who Can ™
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Corner of Luck and Stupidity
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Discuss How do you draw digitally? at the Graphics & Web Design forum within tehPARADOX.COM Online Sharing Community.
|04-08-11 at 12:12 AM||#44|
Join Date: Mar 2011
i use the bamboo pen and tablet. i was pleasantly suprised that its so smooth compared to a mouse.
also even though its pretty low end (only 50 pounds) it copes with my 19/10 display nicely. i have no idea what the dpi settings are but i have set it to use both on my screens with no apparent drop in accuracy.
where were other tablets by other manufacturers available but they had a set resolution which can hinder you when your using larger work areas.
anyways for the beginner i can recommend the bamboo range by wacom. even there cheap 1s are very good.
|04-12-11 at 06:00 AM||#45|
Ju Ichiban Tai Taicho
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Soul Soceity
Yes it's amazing also how some people can adapt so well to drawing on the wacom which is on their lap or on a table while looking up at a screen. Someone said in his opinion it's better that way since you can see nothing but the drawing (no hand in the way). It's a good way, but so is the drawing directly on screen method, which of course is most like drawing on paper the old fashioned way.
|04-12-11 at 06:04 AM||#46|
Join Date: Apr 2011
i have a tablet its the cheapest one :D and its almost 3 years now and its still feel like brand new :)
|04-12-11 at 11:09 AM||#47|
Join Date: Sep 2007
holy shit that's terrific!!
|04-12-11 at 04:36 PM||#48|
Join Date: Apr 2011
yup hehe :)
the brand is GENIUS :D its an awesome brand :D the workspace is just 3x4inch work space :D hehe the pressure is 1024x768 only :( but its ok :) its my first tablet hehe