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I have the 6x8 (4x5 too small, 9x12 too heavy, IMO) Wacom tablet. Yes, it takes getting used to. You look at the screen, not at your hand. Can't imagine not having one for programs like Photoshop and Painter. See the following for a list of other programs that support the tablet: http://www.wacom.com/partners/paintedit.html. They usually demo at trade shows with Metacreations Painter and often have specials then or check the web: http://www.shopper.com/cgi-bin/nph-find?a1=on&a2=on&a7=on&a0=Wacom+6x8 shows $258 w/ Painter Classic. Kathryn Reddie TRINKA firstname.lastname@example.org joan boyer wrote: > hi jerry...in your paintings, do u use a wacom-type tablet? i can't find > a discussion anywhere but at adobe's site about their use. they tell u > there that it was designed with photoshop in mind but i'm not sure > that's true. also, if u do use the tablet, does it take a lot of getting > used to vs. the pen/pencil/brush? > thanks in advance for any help. > joan > - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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