Saturday, October 9, 2010

Recommend a tablet?

Hey guys, can some kind person recommend me a good tablet to draw on?? Preferably low price(below $100 maybe even $70 if possible. I got some suggestions to get the Wacom Bamboo..Thanks!


8 comments:

A Hermit said...

I've been using a very old but perfectly fine Wacom Graphire 3, fraid I don't know much about the newer models.
I have found drawing and painting on a tablet to be quite difficult, I honestly think it would be better to take time to study on pencil and paper. A graphics tablet won't do you much good unless you know the basics (as I have found out!)

Beatrice said...

I have a friend who's pretty good at drawing and he has the bamboo pen and I've heard nothing but good things from him about it.

Hip-Hop Hikikomori said...

The one in your picture is the one I'd get if I were getting a tablet.

AKIBA-POP! said...

I have a Wacom intuos 3, but that's a bit on the pricey side. The small bamboo ones do work quite well though.

Natsume said...

Tablet? All I know is mouse + mspaint sorry.

Makoto said...

I have a bamboo pen and it's really great. Only for 40$? Or was it 60$... But yeah. You also need a program to draw on but the whole Bamboo Pen package comes with a program too.

Kami No Pocky said...

I also have a Bamboo, cheap and easy. I'm clumsy with it but that's only because I don't practice enough.

No point in getting an expensive one if you're just starting out.

Bird on Head said...

I started on my friend's father's cast-off Graphire 4... 4x6 pad. Hoo boy, was it an experience learning on THAT thing.

I've heard a lot of good things about the Bamboo.

I myself have a Intuos 4 medium size and love it to little bits. It cost me almost a month's rent, but what the hell, right?