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Graphic Tablets

Discussion in 'Creative Zone' started by awney, Sep 6, 2018.

  1. awney

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    A majority of us digital artists use graphic tablets to create our work. What kind of tablet do you use? Would you prefer to have a touch screen tablet?



    I use a Wacom Intuos Draw. In fact I've only ever used Wacom products. I know there are much more affordable brands like Huion but I've never had the chance to use one. I wouldn't want a touch screen tablet. The fancier the tablet doesn't mean your art is gonna be any better.
     
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    I've used Wacom up until now, since that was the limited selection that was offered at my local Best Buys, (because for some reason I didn't consider ordering online though it would have been relatively the same price?). My latest Wacom was slightly bigger than my first one and had options for connection the USB to it.
    I've used touchscreen computers that folded over on themselves, and I'd actually like to do that. But that'd require me to buy another laptop and I just finished paying off this one.

    I might decide to invest in another tablet with good drawing capability in the future (Such as the Windows Surface Pro or the newest iPad) but for now I think I'll grab a Huion to test it out.
     
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  3. Beffie

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    i personally use a huion!! idk the exact product but it only cost me 60 dollars and its probably one of my favorite things ever. the pen is battery operated but thats the only thing i can see people complaining about

    touchscreens would probably never work for me?? i have a really unsteady finger and i have to have all my strokes slowed down for me so having to draw a line in real time?? no thanks
     
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    I use a medium/large Wacom Intuos to draw. I don’t remember what I needed it for, but I still use it regularly. I don’t remember what the exact price was, but it wasn’t very cheap.
     
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    I have a Wacom, the most basic one I think. It's a pretty okay tablet! Like, it's working, and I ain't asking for anything else, so… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    Having a touchscreen one could be neat, but it's not a goal for me, at least not before my current one breaks or something. And idk if all touchscreen tablets do that, but being able to bring it around and draw digitally wherever I want you be cool.
     
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    Uh I haven't done proper digital art in several years now but I still have my Wacom Bamboo Fun my parents got me for my 14th birthday I think. It's kinda simple but it gets the job done. It has served me very well. I don't know if I'd want a touchscreen tablet but it would be interesting to try!
     
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    Wacom Intuos Draw in Mint Blue. It is my first tablet and I am pretty happy with it, it wasn't the most expensive one, nor the cheapest, but it works for what I want to do with it.
     
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    Currently using my older Bamboo Fun. I actually have a newer tablet, a small Intuos of some kind, but I switched back to the Bamboo Fun because it actually ended up responding better. Things didn't seem as jittery.

    I actually would not mind trying out a touch screen tablet someday, but I also don't want to pay the price for one of those right now, so. Sticking with the current one.
     
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    I used to have a small Wacom Intuos Draw, but now I'm using a Huion H640P! It's small, super comfy and rlly nice to draw with, and it only cost me about $40 bucks. I like it a lot!
     
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