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what tablet should I buy for my daughter to use with this software. She is an avid manga drawer in paper. Please help
asked by Maribel Reyes on November 26, 2012
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Elizabeth Staley answered on November 26, 2012
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How much do you want to spend. If you want to give her the Cadillac of tablets then give her a Wacom Cintiq which has the picture you are drawing right on the tablet, but if you just need a good standard tablet then I would get a Wacom Bamboo. Generally speaking the Wacom Intuos cost twice as much as a Bamboo and don't offer that much to make a difference for a younger person.
piloo answered on November 26, 2012
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Hello, I use a Wacom tablet.odel number PTK-440. The active area on the tablet is 7"x 4 3/8". It works very well for me. They have larger ones and smaller ones, which one you should buy depends on how much money you want to spend. http://www.wacom.com/en/products/pen-tablets/intuos/intuos5-touch-medium is the url for the current model in the medium size @ around $350.oo.
J. Dechant answered on November 26, 2012
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Manga studio debut (most recent version, easy to use but tricky to learn), photoshop (more tools and options, straight forward, more expensive), or paint tool SAI (hardest to use, least expensive usually, most beautiful results.) usually SAI and Photoshop are best used together.
Ehager answered on November 28, 2012
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I agree with what Elizabeth said. You can't go wrong with Wacom and they have many different varieties, most which aren't expensive, and she would love it.
J. FELLA answered on November 26, 2012
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Steve S answered on November 26, 2012
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Digi-fish answered on November 26, 2012
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It depends on how serious she is. If it's a hobby, take a look at Wacom's Bamboo line. They're affordable, but still decent.
If she's studying art with the intention of making a living, I'd recommend Wacom's Intuos line. They're a bit more expensive than the Bamboo series, but they have some really nice features that Bamboos don't like pen-tilt sensitivity and more tablet buttons.
I would not recommend getting a tablet that isn't a Wacom brand. They tend to be inferior by far compared to Wacom tablets.
Fujiarmu answered on November 27, 2012
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