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    Thank you Captain! I'm glad you made this section, cause I've grown tired of my graphire and it's hard for me to get into digital with so many restrictions (I got a 6x8 graphire 3). Anyway, thanks again, I'm eyeing that Intuos, sounds like what I'm looking for -

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    Anybody have any feedback on the original intuos (GD)? Looking into getting one for a good deal and wanted some feedback?

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    Nevermind, answered my own question. Here's someones in-depth review of wacoms and graphires, pretty Up-to-date -

    http://motorsportsartist.com/wacom_info.html

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    Thanks for the update, visions.

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    Anybody know about UC- Logic tablets? Looks like a good bargain on one and wanted to know about quality in comparison to Wacom. If someone could hook me up with an answer soon that would be cool -

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    Ah, didn't see this thread, thanks for info!

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    awesome. i have yet to use a tablet

    but before that for two years i have practicing my own skills with a mouse first. I believe that if you cant do much without a tablet, then it can prove difficult until used for a long while

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    Personally, I think using a mouse for digital work woudl totally turn you off to working digitally though. Working with a mouse and pen tablet are worlds apart.

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    So, getting this one is a bad idea?

    http://www.techfresh.net/gadgets/com...aphics-tablet/
    (Wacom Bamboo)

    Iunno, too small? bad dpi?

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    Heh. No. You're replying to a year-old thread, and the Bamboo is quite new. As far as I know, it's a good, low-cost tablet.

    Frankly, I like my cheapo Graphire at home better than my Intuous at work. I think the antivirus software at work fights with the tablet software; I lose cursor for seconds at at time. "Seconds" doesn't sound like much, but trust me: if you read the headline "Boston Woman Goes Berserk in Cubicle; Injuries Reported" it'll be me.

    I'm a miniaturist at heart, but I prefer a small tablet.

    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    No harm in replying to an old thread rather than having yet another 'what tablet should I get' thread... maybe I'll update sometime soon

    This thread was made before release of the wacom bamboo. I have a bamboo I keep with my talbet to be portable. I still prefer my intuos when working for long periods at a time, because I find the surface to be a bit smoother. But I've really had no problems with the bamboo.

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    I have a general question on the wacoms. Does the actual drawing surface scale up/down when you zoom in/out, or does it stay relative at 1:1 (screen size : drawing size) no matter what?

    Also how much tracking does the pen actually have? Will it only move your cursor only on contact, or can it track with out any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interceptor View Post
    No harm in replying to an old thread rather than having yet another 'what tablet should I get' thread... maybe I'll update sometime soon

    This thread was made before release of the wacom bamboo. I have a bamboo I keep with my talbet to be portable. I still prefer my intuos when working for long periods at a time, because I find the surface to be a bit smoother. But I've really had no problems with the bamboo.
    Okay! Thanks

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