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webdesignerart says

Hi Guys,

These days i am learning sketching and painting and i decided to buy a tablet that can render all artistic work nicely, i want to know is waycom is good for designers.

Example if i use waycom and create manga sketch, so it can be export in Vector and Raster formats?

Is waycom use photoshop as software to use?

Thankyou.

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Australia says

do you mean WACOM ?

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webdesignerart says

do you mean WACOM ?

Yes :P its WACOM :)

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webdesignerart says

Please mod replace *waycom with wacom from Heading.

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doru says

Is is good :) I have one and it works ok but you need some practice till you can manage to draw something decent.

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webdesignerart says

Is is good :) I have one and it works ok but you need some practice till you can manage to draw something decent.

can you show some of your work that you did with wacom.

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LuisFaus says

Bosto is a nice alternative to Wacom ( also its cheaper ) and apparently they made a better version of the cintQ21ux. Bosto its on my list of stuff to buy these Christmas. I have used one and the workflow its twice faster. No need to sketch on paper, scan and retrace.

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doru says


Is is good :) I have one and it works ok but you need some practice till you can manage to draw something decent.
can you show some of your work that you did with wacom.

nope :)

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VF says

@webdesignerart, Few months back I bought Intuos 5 medium after searching through blogs and wacom site’s product spec and happy with that. However, I can’t come to a conclusion if that’s the most fit/efficient one for my need. So I think user reviews from those who used only one model ever can’t suggest you easily. Try to go through the blogs which compare different models, sizes etc.

My version of Wacom supports Photoshop and also Illustrator.

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CodeFusion says

I have the large Intuos. It’s fun and all, but I prefer my high-end gaming mouse when working with vectors – I feel I have better precision.

I use the Intuos a lot in Photoshop. Besides the “freehand”, I really like the “Pressure” feature – makes that start and stop of the lines feather in and out real nicely without extra work.

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