straysleep

tyedyelongshadow replied to your post: “Urgh, does anyone know of any good alternatives to a wacom tablet?”:

I have a tursion tablet I got from amazon for around 60 bucks, and I’ve never had any problems using it.

Mkaay, I’ll look into it, though I’ve never heard of it :P

gabsgen replied to your post: “Urgh, does anyone know of any good alternatives to a wacom tablet?”:

The only tablet I’ve ever had is my Huion 580 I got for Christmas, but I’m really liking it so far? There aren’t any hotkeys, but it’s light and easy to use, and I’m pretty sure it’s cheaper than a Wacom.

Yeah I got my wacom at a good price, but my mental sanity is taking a nosedive with all its problems and nuances. Hotkeys wouldn’t be a problem, it’s just the pen pressure that decides to go on a vacation every other day.

straysleep replied to your post: “Urgh, does anyone know of any good alternatives to a wacom tablet?”:

I’d recommend a monoprice tablet? They basically function the same way. The only thing is that the hotkeys are kinda eh and you dont have an eraser on the monoprice tablet pen. Other than that, it’s pretty on-par with a wacom. Plus, it’s cheaper.

Hmmm, yeaaah I’ve kinda heard bad things about it though, and basically everyone is “WACOM FOR LIFE” type of deal [until you start searching for the problems and then it’s basically burning wacom at the stake] and it’s kinda hard even trying to find what other brands there are???

A digital painting of Catwoman, which originally started out as a sketch to test out my new Wacom Intuos5.  Made with Paint tool Sai and 2 hours of free time. Also testing my signature. It’s extremely fun to write in cursive.

Tons of mistakes and careless lines, but I’ll be even better next time. Time to start on the important things I missed, though.