I’m still waiting for the tablet that I ordered on Amazon through Electrobrands and Fedex just lost the package The Connect and Capture models are too small for use with a 24″ screen and inadequate if you want to extend your laptop’s desktop to both the internal 15″ screen and the external LCD. With levels of pressure sensitivity and 60 degrees of tilt recognition, the Intuos4 pen simulates like never before the natural feel and accuracy of working with traditional brushes, pens, and markers. You won’t feel much difference on the pressure levels. The cursor accuracy depends more on the tablet resolution, but, unless you have a huge display, the Bamboo would work just fine. The large Intuos5 has plenty of resolution to drive both displays connected.
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On my design jobs, I usually scan a rough drawing, place it in a locked layer in Adobe Illustrator and then trace over it to produce a final drawing. The nibs issue is overrated and was improved in the newer models. That is a brilliant tip I would love to get the intuos pro medium but the price is lil out of my range. I was thking about to buy the Intuos5 large.
Both models would have sufficient, but not great, resolution for your current display, but the newer model would feel more precise. Some examples of those apps here and herefor Windows, and here for Mac. And thanks for the suggestions While I love desktop computers and focus on tools that allow me to get stuff done with maximum efficiency, I have to concede that the world is moving towards mobile devices and playing with the amazing tech toys we have nowadays can be an amazing creative outlet.
Switching between both devices all the time is tedious and I prefer to use the pen exclusively to do everything on my computer. She also draws a lot and designs in 2D programs, and the tablet is perfect in those environments.
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Clip studio paint is also an option and is inbetween Photoshop and Paint Tool Sai. I would use it for drawing illustrations. Avoid the smaller Bamboo models. In the past I would draw with pencil, go over with pen, rub out the pencil, scan the drawing, and clean it up using the mouse.
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In fact, this holds true for all mini or micro USB connected devices. I find the larger tablets are difficult to use along with a keyboard and work better with a desk arrangement where yablet sit centralized in front of you, with the keyboard further back and in a secondary role.
And the Intuos5 has touch support and programmable gestures than can be programmed for commonly used commands.
Take a look at the Bamboo Splash or Capture models. Please elaborate on this. Have a great day!
All pen tablets work with absolute positioning, while mice are relative positioning devices. I would like an advice from you. It’s more natural and productive. I want to begin by using a tablet for writing and having it convert to word.
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I have one good argument for buying the Bamboo Create, though. Slightly textured plastics work better because they’re less slippery. Thank you so much.
Do you now if any of them is equivalent with Bamboo Create? After reading what you have said and what Fabio has said I think I will go for the Intuos4 even though it is more expensive.
I work off of my laptop The Capture will be sufficient if you only want to take notes, draw and write on the screen. It’d be a good choice if you like to draw freehand, with larger brush strokes, on software simulating natural media.
Intuos are so out of my untuos4 range right now Nevertheless, having a larger area can be more comfortable to work with.