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CyberShot
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Does anyone know anything about these digital sketch pads. I am not an artist in any sense of the word but I thought having one to draw in photoshop would be far more desirable than using a mouse. I was thinking about the bamboo from wacom

http://www.wacom.com/bambootablet/bamboo_features_benefits.php

anyone have any comments on these?
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markupdude
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Yes i think they help in design. I am not a designer, but my ex-designer-colleague used a Wacom tablet for his sketchs & stuff… i think it will surely help. Combination of Photoshop keyboard shortcuts plus this tablet works great.

Though the pen takes you like 2/3 days time to get used to.

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segen
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I have Wacom Intuos A5, it’s awsome, worth any $! Recommend to everyone!

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tonyc
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It is really useful in drawing, in fact it’s a must.

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JJenZz
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I have the bamboo, tis a lovely lil thing =)

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Daan
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Yep, I own the bamboo and it’s a great piece of technology! if you have the money I’d buy an intuos3 though, they have more pressure points. However I still think 512 is enough ;)

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