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    Scanning?

    Question, what kind of scanner is everyone using and why? And if scanners aren't your thing are you using Wacom technology or other other methods for getting your art into the computer?

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    My scanner broke. It was a Canon model, and it worked just fine. I haven't replaced it, since I don't have much need for it anymore.

    I use a Wacom Intuos3 4x5 tablet, and it works like a dream. The small size isn't a problem at all, and the pressure sensitivity makes my work a lot easier.

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    I use HP PSC 1510 All-in-one and its good I guess, works for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Datameister
    I use a Wacom Intuos3 4x5 tablet, and it works like a dream. The small size isn't a problem at all, and the pressure sensitivity makes my work a lot easier.
    really? i thought the smaller size the worse as you have to move the pencil around much?

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