A quality drawing tablet

pablohoney77's picture

I'm curious do any of you use drawing tablets? I'm wanting to look into them. Can anyone recommend one that's quality and affordable? Thnx!

type's picture

Wacom Intuos $500 +- and up
Wacom Cintiq $1,500.

Don't rush. if you can save $$$ - buy the cintiq. This is really a great tool.

type's picture

Wacom Intuos $500 +- and up

sorry - $200 +- and up

hdschellnack's picture

New Wacom Intuos 3
Every workstation in the bureau has some Wacom, from the old grey serial 1, a translucent black, the Wacom 2 to the new 3 series... a history of Wacom :-D.
Everyone is absolutely irritated at first and then awnts to take the thing home for working with Photoshop at the weekend :-D. Probably each intern leaving this small bureau is sooner or later buying a Wacom-- they should $%&/()ing sponsor me.

John Hudson's picture

I like the old Wacom tablets with the easy flip-up flip-down transparent cover, which made it easy to slip a piece of artwork under for tracing. The more recent tablets have a hard plastic cover that has to be clipped on and off, which is an inconvenience.

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