Re: [nbos] wacom tablets?Doug Jessee Tue Oct 13th, 2009
I have had 2 of the smaller Graphire line and keep running into the edges,
but I have usually done my artwork on paper (standard letter size).
I am thinking of getting the new Bamboo Fun Medium (8.5" x 5.5" or something
On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 12:49 PM, <keith.davies-at-kjdavies.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 07:07:56AM -0400, Nyrath the nearly wise wrote:
> > Richard wrote:
> > >A small Intuos I would recommend. Contrary to belief, bigger is
> > >not better. Bigger means more wrist movement and more work for
> > >your hand to do. Zoom is your friend for intricate detail.
> > Agreed. At my day job, the art department all use
> > 6 x 8 Intuos pads. They say that larger pads suffer
> > from the drawbacks that Richard mentioned.
> So, is 6x8 too big? The one I was thinking about getting isn't any
> bigger than that (I don't have the exact dimensions handy, it might
> actually be 7" rather than 10").
> I see some that have a work surface a little (but not much) bigger than
> the touchpad on my netbook; those seem too small to really gain much
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