I had no idea it would get 18 000+ notes over night so here’s some things worth noticing.
I haven’t used it for more than a day so I’m as clueless as you about long term use and its consequences. It will probably scratch your tablet, I honestly wouldn’t know since my tablet looks like this to begin with
(yes that’s tape.)
However have som common sense people,
DON’T USE LIFEHACKS INVOLVING FOOD ON THINGS THAT COST YOU THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS OR THAT YOU CAN’T AFFORD BREAKING/TAKING DAMAGE!! USE IT AS AN EMERGENCY NIB ON OLD TABLETS OR UNTIL YOU CAN GET NEW ONES BECAUSE AS STATED, I DON’T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED IS IT BREAKS OR EFFECTS OF LONG TIME USE.THANKS!!!!
Nie wiem. Nie myślę. Nie myślę, biorąc te tabletki. Lecz nasuwa się tylko jedna myśl. Czas to skończyć. Odejść. Zostawić to wszystko. Pójść jak najdalej. Uciec tam gdzie będzie mi najwygodniej. Moje serce powoli zasypia, a ja razem z nim.
Affordable Beginner Tablets Under $70 + Cintiq Alternatives
Lately I’ve come across younger artists wanting tablets but not being able to afford them, or get their parents to buy them. Which is totally understandable. My first tablet was a Wacom Bamboo and it was a lot for my parents at the time. Luckily, there’s more options now a days. So here’s a few good tablets that are affordable to start out with. Some of these aren’t Wacom and maybe aren’t as fancy as Wacom, but they will work just as fine.
Laver and washbasin (for ritual hand-easing before the priestly blessing) engraved with the hands of the Kohanim, the Tablets, and dated Shpeliah. Around the rim of the washbasin is the benediction pronounced by the priests before they bless the congregation, “He who has made us holy in the holiness of Aaron and has commanded us to bless his people Israel with adoration.” Moscow, 1781.