what is a good pen mouse to do drawings?

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  1. speedlife

    speedlife Guest

    is wacom a good company? anyone else recommend any others?
    im looking for comfort, ease of use. etc
     
  2. Supadoggie

    Supadoggie I ♥ my doggah

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    i think wacom is one of the best out there
     
  3. D_Nice

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    yeah get a wacom tablet big enough to be comfortable for what you are drawing. They start at like 4"x6" 12"x12" is a pretty popular size.
     
  4. Marcos

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    Whats a reasonable price for a 12"x12"?
     
  5. JazzHound

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    MRSP is $519, but look around OEM vendors who might sell it for 50-100 cheaper (50 being the norm).

    If you're just starting out with a tablet/pen, try their graphire2 line, which is their entry-level model with one universal size. Intuos2 is mid-high level, but if money isn't an object, you can splurge on their top-of-the-line Cinteq models which has a working touch-screen LCD built right in.

    http://www.wacom.com/lcdtablets/index_15x.cfm

    I have the graphire2, btw. Pretty good, but not enough 'wow' factor.
     
  6. Marcos

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    Fuck that :eek:

    Anything under $100? :(
     

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