You might need to tweak settings to get it to your liking, I know I do when I install it. It will also likely need a bit of time for you to be come accustomed to it.Thank you iv borrowed an older version of the intuos 3 but feel I need something more responsive to finer lines unless I havnt got the hang of it yet which is why I'm thinking something with a screen maybe better... I will be using it for designing logos small scale designs and drawings. I would also buy second hand but I know the cintiq is out of my price range, it's nothing I need at a professional level at the moment it's just as an extra option for my work.
I bought Intuos Pro a year ago and still didn't do anything with it. Mostly because of the lack of time for education to use it fast and efficient. And since I don't have to do illustration work as frequent as then I started to postpone it :/
Now it's just collecting dust on my work desk. What tutorials do you suggest on wacom for beginners ithe n digital drawing?
I love my Intuos Pro, I have the Large size. It's definitely a learning curve. But once you get the hang of it you'll love it.
It used to bridge a corner on my desk space and eventually cracked on the back, down the middle.
It still worked fine though and only got rid when the drivers were no longer supported on newer machines.
I have considered investing in a screen tablet but I just don't think I'd honestly like it as much for the price difference.
See personally that's better for me. I like having an anchored, dedicated workspace, rather than something portable. I would honestly love to have 2 stations, a computer with games on it and a computer that's just for art and design. I feel like I would get a lot more done that way if I had a space that was like "This is where I work" that could help me get into that mentality whenever I went in there. I've always benefitted from having a dedicated environment, like I always studied better at the library than at home. Unfortunately... I live in an 800sq ft apartment and no way I can justify the space or money to have two computers haha.They are a pretty chunky bit of kit and you need a big and dedicated workspace to keep them permanently.
These things are just not portable in any way and you need to use them with your computer as whey aren't really that stand alone.