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Old 07-01-2009, 05:19 PM   #1
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:24 PM   #2
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oooooh cool :D
*steals tablet*
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I personally think cintiqs are rubbish, but grats on it.
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I personally think cintiqs are rubbish, but grats on it.
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but why?
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Old 07-01-2009, 10:37 PM   #6
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Feels less accurate, and hand obscures drawing. I always found that one of the biggest perks of digital painting is that your hand doesn't get in the way of the drawing.

The way i look at it those things just arn't worth the money, they're fun toys but don't really contribute to the quality of your work.

Now if i where to drool over anything, it'd be this:

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But doesn't it suck for hand-eye coordination to have to draw on one surface while looking somewhere else entirely? I always thought these draw-where-you-look tablets were way better precisely because of this.
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Well its not really a problem to look somewhere else while drawing, you'll get used to it after 10-30 minutes or so it doesnt take long time.
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You do that with your mouse all the time anyway. I havenīt even touched a tablet in my life though, so what the hell I know...

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You do that with your mouse all the time anyway.
Yeah, but with a mouse, you see where the cursor is. Imagine if the mouse only showed it's cursor when you clicked a mouse button. Then again, maybe tablets have a way of showing where the pen is even when you're not drawing, I don't know.
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But doesn't it suck for hand-eye coordination to have to draw on one surface while looking somewhere else entirely? I always thought these draw-where-you-look tablets were way better precisely because of this.
I suppose it probably is down to personal preference, really.
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I prefer my intuos to a Cintiq, Cintiqs just seem to cost a bit too much.
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Offtopic: You actually USE those penstand things they include with tablets?

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Yeah, but with a mouse, you see where the cursor is. Imagine if the mouse only showed it's cursor when you clicked a mouse button. Then again, maybe tablets have a way of showing where the pen is even when you're not drawing, I don't know.
What have you been smoking? Tablet is just another way of controlling the mouse, basically. It doesn't remove the cursor or whatever silly things you think are going on...
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Yeah, but with a mouse, you see where the cursor is. Imagine if the mouse only showed it's cursor when you clicked a mouse button. Then again, maybe tablets have a way of showing where the pen is even when you're not drawing, I don't know.

you can move the cursor even when the pen does NOT touch the tablet at all ...
hovering over the tablet (1-2cm) is sufficient ..
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