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I know there's already some old topics about it but none with enough input. My boss is pondering getting one. we already have a intuos3 but drawing directly on the screen seems much better. Does anyone have used one? the money is not an issue so what do you think?
I played with one of these in a shop briefly a while ago, felt really good, but its very expensive i thought for the amount of use i would give it
Yeah, mine is mainly used as a second monitor for coding... such a waste.
the only people i know who use this extensively are concept designers, digital painters etc
I don't care for what it is mostly used... the money is not mine... so all I wanted to know is if it feels good, usability, etc..
A friend of mine very good at drawing but quite unable to use a computer is using it without problems. I saw some output of hers and it was really good (and it was illy 10), so if you can and you are already comfortable with graphic tablets, go for it.
Don't think it'll stop you being arsey ;)
I need to experiement with the nibs a little i think as in the end you're still drawing on an odd surface
I'm using one and it feels great. Enough room to rest your palm and the surface feels "paper-like". The only down-side is that my hand sometimes gets in the way of context-menus ... but, unless I can make my hand invisible, I'll learn to live with it
it's strange. If you look at CINTIQ vids on youtube all anyone seems to use these for is drawing bad anime.