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CreativeMilk says
I REALLY want a tablet… for artsy photoshop painting type stuff. I think the mouse is fine for web design though.

Well buy one ;)

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CreativeStable says
I REALLY want a tablet… for artsy photoshop painting type stuff. I think the mouse is fine for web design though.
Well buy one ;)

I have higher priorities on my wishlist unfortunately :P It goes: new car, saddle, mac book pro, tablet :P Maybe I will ask santa for one ;)

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pixelnourish says
Just curious: do you guys (designers) use a graphic tablet for your designs? or is the mouse enough. I’m thinking of buying one but i need to be sure this is a smart investment.

I own a graphic tablet, but I only use it for drawing/digital painting/photo retouching. I don’t use it for web design though, as I find the mouse is more than capable :)

Graphic tablets are great though, so if you find you do need more control, I would recommend you get one (doesn’t have to be the fanciest, most expensive one!)

Hope that helps!

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CreativeMilk says
I REALLY want a tablet… for artsy photoshop painting type stuff. I think the mouse is fine for web design though.
Well buy one ;)
I have higher priorities on my wishlist unfortunately :P It goes: new car, saddle, mac book pro, tablet :P Maybe I will ask santa for one ;)

LOL

You can ask him that but you know only nice childeren will get something from santa ;)

So i will get nothing this year…................:D

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CreativeMilk says
Just curious: do you guys (designers) use a graphic tablet for your designs? or is the mouse enough. I’m thinking of buying one but i need to be sure this is a smart investment.

I own a graphic tablet, but I only use it for drawing/digital painting/photo retouching. I don’t use it for web design though, as I find the mouse is more than capable :)

Graphic tablets are great though, so if you find you do need more control, I would recommend you get one (doesn’t have to be the fanciest, most expensive one!)

Hope that helps!

I use the tablet more for designing, when i am coding i use the mouse more.

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Daan says

Myself I own a Wacom Bamboo (wacom is way to go for tablets), and I think it speeds up workflow quite a lot for me.

One thing though, without a steady hand, it can be hard to be pixel perfect on such a small area.

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0703 says

i got a bamboo for drawings and i used it 2 times. i was playing alot of shooter games and its hard for me to stop using mouse+keyboard. maybe its easier to cutout some hairs or drawing doodles with this pen, but i rather draw on paper and scan it into photoshop or whatever for further use. my students and friends, those who are creative, tell me the same, that they have to see what they are drawing ( like on paper ) instead of always looking on the screen without having the feel and control of this “real-drawing”

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Toushi says

I was using a bamboo for awhile. I loved using it for web design. It is just a lot more intuitive than a mouse. It was great it fit in my laptop bag nicely and I could take it everywhere. But I lost the pen awhile ago so now I can’t use it.

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Daan says
I was using a bamboo for awhile. I loved using it for web design. It is just a lot more intuitive than a mouse. It was great it fit in my laptop bag nicely and I could take it everywhere. But I lost the pen awhile ago so now I can’t use it.

You can buy a new pen?

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CreativeMilk says
Myself I own a Wacom Bamboo (wacom is way to go for tablets), and I think it speeds up workflow quite a lot for me. One thing though, without a steady hand, it can be hard to be pixel perfect on such a small area.

Thats very true but for that kind of things i go back to the mouse ;)

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