New Wacom Tablet

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Hey guys, just got my new wacom tablet. 12x12 size. pretty sweet. Who else uses a wacom tablet?
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me me me!! I use it for all my designs can't live without it :D
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Been wanting one for the longest time...still haven't gotten one - other priorities have always steered me away from making that purchase...not to mention a few saturday nights :P

I'll get one soon enough, good for you though!
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man, been using it for a while here, i dont see how i lived with out it. I absolutely love it. was pretty expensive tho, spent 3 sleepless weekends working to get it :( was worth it tho.
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im looking for one so if you want to sell your old im interested.
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Only other one i have is one for a MAC(ADP port) and its a 4x5 pad. if you want it just let me know
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What are the advantages then, just airbrushing precision?
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I love my Wacom. I only have a 4x5, but it's sufficient for my needs (and it's all I can afford, otherwise I would get one bigger...lol).

@FusionDesigner: Wacoms have pressure sensitivity for more realistic linework (adjusted stroke widths and opacity depending on how hard you push), you have more control over your lines, better airbrushing and digital coloring abilities (also supporting the pressure sensitivity feature), and it can be used as a mouse...lol.
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I bought a cheap Packard Bell one first to see if I liked them before I bought an expensive one. I wore it out in a few months LOL. I'm back to the mouse now but going to buy a wacom one soon.
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i really recommend a wacom tablet. I am really satisfied with mine. One option i have recently discovered, is that you can get a used wacom tablet, with out the cords, for like $100 USD, and then order the two cords you need for $25 each. So the entire thing would only cost $150. Had i known this when i got mine i would have done it.(this is assuming you have pens, because pens run about 50-100 USD.)
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I got my 4x5 Graphire 3 for $99 USD at a Circuit City and it came with a $50 USD Mail-In Rebate... it was a deal I couldn't pass up.

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