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Advice On Buying A Wacom Board?

Discussion in 'Travis Smith' started by Eyesore, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. Eyesore

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    looks cool. I bought a 6x8 in 1999 or so and I'm still using it.
     
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    Dam, that thing is huge. I plan on getting one sometime as well. But, I am going for the much smaller one.
     
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    I would suggest that you buy a smaller one. They are easier to work with. You don't have to move your arm that much.
     
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    Am I the only one that still uses a mouse? :lol:
     
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    I still do. :)
     
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    I hate using the mouse. I goes all wonky on me! Haha. And it's clean, and it's a great mouse. It just doesn't move well, I guess, when you're trying to do little things.

    There is also this one (6 x 11) for about half the price:

    [​IMG]
     
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    That's the one I'm using
     
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    And you, my friend, are badass! So I assume that's a good buy! :kickass:

    So, what else is good to start with? I have Photoshop (the full, legal version). I'm pretty good with Photoshop already, but clearly no expert. What other programs/peripherals are worth getting? Do you buy fonts or create your own?
     
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    no you aren't
     

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