hi graphicriver folks
I’ve been thinking a lot about getting the new Intuos4 Small, instead of a Bamboo Pen&Touch.. basically I wanna do lots of things like sketching, drawing, inking, writing, coloring, photoshop’ing, illustrating….
the price is affordable and it has lots awesome features like the precision mode, short-key buttons, zoom/pan wheel, the grip pen…
are you using one? are you having some good experiences with it?
for those who don’t know what I’m talking about > http://www.wacom.com/intuos/
I am. I have a Wacom Intuos 4 Small and it is absolutely fantastic (sensibility, touch, customizations, handling, price).
So if you want to get serious don’t waste your money/earnings on a bamboo fun table. (the name already suggests a less professional performance)
I hope that helps.
thank you for this awesome advice Chris, that helps a lot
my only worry was the size, but I guess that’s just the perfect format, as you don’t move your hand too much… my local store has them by today or tomorrow, so I gotta run in and get one myself, christmas is early this year
my only worry was the size [..]
In this case, size isn’t really a biggy. The tablet’s surface adapts to your screen. And as you said, you can do much faster and shorter moves (drawings).
I use one at work it work really well, tho i have the A4 one so i get tired arms!
DanielKeller if you’ve never used a tablet I strongly suggest you not to begin with an Intuos 4 but to start with a “easier” and cheaper one. You have to consider also the possibility that you don’t like a tablet or it’s not really what you was expecting…
I strongly suggest you to try it before buying it (if you can)
So if you want to get serious don’t waste your money/earnings on a bamboo fun table
I don’t really agree with you here buddy I think it’s a great product and honestly most people don’t feel that much difference between a “fun” and and an “Intuos” ! Specially if it’s the first tablet.
thanks guys for the feedback and opinions
@Constantin I would buy a Cintiq if I could afford the price but yeah, Intuos is also awesome!
Two hands up for Intuos 4! And not only hands but legs too for Cintiq, of course… if you have the money
But either way you won’t go wrong….
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