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From: Rocheleh Date: Thu Feb 13, 2003 7:10 am Subject: Graphics tablets, Re: Negative Psi rochelehhakt... Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 fortune faychild wrote: > Off topic question. was it someone here who said they used a pc imput > graphics tablet to do rv sessions? I've ordered one from ebay a JamStudio so > if it was someone onlist please let me know. I mentioned tablets, yes; but not doing RV with them, just to digitise my session sketches with them when my scanner fails. (Which happens from time to time.) I put the sketch under the drawing area (there's a semi-transparent overlay that can be folded up) and trace it over. I have thought about doing RV sessions with a keyboard, with the ideogram being "slam the keys fast". (Don't laugh! I'm serious!) But I haven't tried it yet. I think RVing with a tablet is completely doable when you're used to the tablet. Oh! Maybe what you were thinking of is this, I don't think I mentioned this on-list though; once I mused about how sketching could be cooler with a tablet since you have lots of colours and brushes just one click away, it's not like a single ballpoint pen and that's all. Tablet recommendations: I haven't tried a JamStudio model personally, my experience has been limited to Genius and Wacom tablets this far. The conclusion: don't ever buy a Genius tablet. They might not look bad at first glance, and they're cheap, but they have a very, very short life. At least so I have found. Wacom is the ultimate, but their stuff is expensive. I currently own a Wacom Intuos A4 regular tablet, and I love it. I personally use it for 2D artwork, Photoshop/Painter style, rather large images (covers, posters, illustrations etc.) and it's excellent for this use. But I think if you want to do webdesign, or something like that, this would be overkill. Rachel

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